PleinAir Podcast - Raleigh Kinney
Watercolor plein air artist Raleigh Kinney, featured in the PleinAir Podcast with Eric Rhoads, Episode 153

In this week’s PleinAir Podcast, Eric Rhoads welcomes watercolor artist Raleigh Kinney to the show. Raleigh tells us what he uses to enhance the color of his watercolor paintings, and why he doesn’t put them behind glass.

Listen as Raleigh Kinney shares the following:
• What it was like to meet fellow artist Tony Bennett (yes, the Tony Bennett)
• Convincing his wife to move to Arizona as part of his journey to become a full-time painter, and his advice for those thinking about taking the big leap
• A lucky break he experienced while doing a mall show, which opened a door for his career
• The event that had ladies removing their heels so they could get to the paintings more quickly
• The importance of saying “yes!” and more

“My paintings are a conversation with me, and to whom it may concern.”

Bonus: This week’s PleinAir Podcast includes a Marketing Minute!
Eric Rhoads, author of Make More Money Selling Your Art, explains:
• How to create an improvement plan for 2020 and the best investments to consider
• Suggestions for pricing a portrait commission and why it’s different for a landscape artist

Listen to the PleinAir Podcast with Eric Rhoads and Raleigh Kinney here:

Plein air watercolor painting - Raleigh Kinney
“Jerome Hillside,” plein air watercolor painting by Raleigh Kinney

Related Links:
– Raleigh Kinney online: http://kinneywatercolors.com/
– Sunday Coffee: https://coffeewitheric.com/
– Plein Air Convention & Expo: https://pleinairconvention.com/


2 COMMENTS

  1. Enjoyed the podcast. Please look into doing a technical fix to balance the volume between host and guest. Your volume is about half of the guest’s volume.

  2. It happened again!!- I wrote a comment and it disappeared before I finished. The first one was a comment on your coffee sunday about aging and staying active. I just had a one woman exhibition of 5X7 paintings – very successful!! My mission now is to keep my artist friends who have slowed down, to keep going thanks to you and your Sunday Coffee. But my main reason for writing is because on Raleigh’s podcast you said you were coming to Arizona. You better come see me!!!

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