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In this special edition, Eric interviews Jay Abraham on what artists and galleries should be doing right now to stay in business during the pandemic.
In this episode Eric interviews representational painter Kyle Ma, who shares how he balances college life with plein air painting, and much more.
In this episode Eric interviews portrait and landscape painter Lois Griffel, who talks about discipline versus talent, and much more.
In this episode Eric interviews master artist Daniel Sprick, who explains painting techniques such as linear perspective and more.
In this episode Eric interviews art historian Lyn Letsinger-Miller, who is the author of “The Artists of Brown County.”
In this episode Eric interviews Nebraska artist Debra Joy Groesser, who is also President of the American Impressionist Society.
In this episode Eric interviews Tom Hughes, winner of the 2019 Plein Air Salon. Hughes shares how his life has changed in the past year, and much more.
In this episode Eric interviews John Hughes, who is a painter, teacher, and a guest writer for Plein Air Magazine and Plein Air Today.
In this episode Eric interviews Jay Moore, who had a serious near-death experience while painting outdoors.
In this episode Eric interviews Sam P. Israel, art attorney and managing partner of Sam P. Israel P.C. Eric and Sam discuss how to protect your rights as an artist, how to control how your work is used, and make sure that others aren't commercially exploiting your work.
In this episode, we welcome landscape oil painter Chuck Waldman, who was a family practitioner before he became a full-time artist.
In this week’s PleinAir Podcast with Eric Rhoads, listen to the second half of this fascinating interview with Tim Allen Lawson.
This week, Eric Rhoads welcomes one of the most prominent plein air painters in America, Tim Allen Lawson.
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.