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In this episode Eric interviews watercolor artist Brienne Brown on painting outdoors, framing watercolors, and much more.
In this episode Eric interviews Mary Longe of the Plein Painters of Chicago on a common topic: how to have a successful plein air group.
In this episode Eric interviews Sherrie McGraw, Jane Hunt, and Kathleen Hudson in an "Art-Life Balance" roundtable. Enjoy this exclusive segment from Plein Air Live.
In this episode Eric interviews Jill Carver on the four principles of art that she'll discuss during Plein Air Live, and much more.
In this episode Eric Rhoads interviews artist, author, and teacher Kevin Macpherson on his upcoming demonstrations for Plein Air Live (which includes a live Q&A), and much more.
In this episode Eric interviews Craig Nelson, a landscape painter who began his career in art by doing album covers, including for Sammy Davis and The Everly Brothers.
In this episode Eric interviews Jane Bell Meyer, art dealer and creator of "Where in the World is Plein Air."
In this episode Eric interviews Lon Brauer on entering - and winning - plein air competitions, and much more.
In this episode Eric chats with Pierre Guidetti, CEO and co-founder of Savoir-Faire, which makes the original paints used by the first Impressionists. If you paint with oil, you do not want to miss this interview.
In this episode Eric interviews impressionist artist Kathie Odom about her past decade of painting outdoors, including her advice for beginning plein air painters.
In this episode Eric interviews Lyn Boyer on how to make the most out of each plein air painting experience, and more.
In this episode Eric Rhoads interviews Contemporary American Impressionist Lori Putnam, who tells us about her plein air painting process, and much more.
In this episode Eric interviews Kim Lordier about painting from photo references, creating atmospheric perspective, and more.
In this episode Eric interviews Dr. Dan Hill, facial decoder and author of "First Blush: People's Intuitive Reactions to Famous Art." In this podcast, discover how you can use the knowledge of eye tracking to get the strongest effects in your next painting, and more.