Publisher Eric Rhoads interviews American Impressionist Michael Holter in this week’s PleinAir Podcast. Holter shares why painting outdoors is a “vital” part of his artistic process, even when he’s back in the art studio.
Holter also tells us about how, although he has been an artist for many years, he has given more attention to watercolor in particular. He goes on to explain what artists should do if they want to make a living with their art but don’t want to deal with the marketing side of it.
Additional topics include rejection, painting what you want versus what sells, and more!
About Michael Holter: Texas artist, Michael Holter works in both watercolor and oil. Michael’s work has received numerous awards and recognition and can be found in private and corporate collections in the US and several foreign countries. His current work in two categories: watercolor figurative and oil landscapes (both plein air and studio). Although Michael has been painting most of his life, his work experience spans a wide range of creative endeavors, from art teacher, creative director and businessman in fine art and commercial art. Michael has owned and operated two galleries. Michael holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Art Education and an MA in Visual Communication.
Listen to this PleinAir Podcast with Eric Rhoads and Michael Holter:
Learn from Michael Holter in person at the 8th Annual Plein Air Convention & Expo, also featuring Joseph Zbukvic, Nancie King Mertz, and many more!
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