An Online Artist's Coop for Artists who Paint on Location
Added by Jeannie Breeding on April 27, 2015 at 4:30pm — No Comments
I'm a bit of a fanatic and tend to do things to the extreme, good or bad, it's just my personality. Of course painting is one of those things, I'm obsessed with it—just want to be…Continue
Added by Louise Treacy on April 14, 2015 at 4:19am — No Comments
JEANEAN’S TIPS ON TRAVELLING WITH ART SUPPLIES, OIL PAINTS
I carry an empty half-sized french easel in a nylon backpack that also holds my sketchbook and a few pencils. I have a canvas satchel or a rolling backpack that holds panels and pre-cut flat pieces of linen that I carry in a makeshift portfolio out of thin foamcore. I tape the piece of linen to the backside of the board when I…Continue
Added by Jeanean Songco Martin on April 3, 2015 at 12:13am — No Comments
If you'd like to attend any of Ned's workshops, message me here on Plein Air Artists or email email@example.com.. Landscape July 23-25th , August 4-6th and Portrait drawing and Painting : July 16-18th and July 20-22nd .Continue
Added by Karen Scannell on March 3, 2015 at 5:30pm — No Comments
I have just had a great week painting in Mt Buller , Victoria, Australia. I just love those mountain moods. SO much so that I am taking a group to Queenstown New Zealand in March to paint for a week. The moods that are found…Continue
Added by Ev Hales on February 24, 2015 at 6:39am — No Comments
Will be in Savannah GA Feb 24 - Mar 7,2015. Would like to hear from anyone who would suggest a few good locations to paint en plain air in the area.
It's what I call stick season here in Georgia. We get very little snow of course and by this time the leaves have all fallen. I can say that the green pine trees help here as apposed to the north east where whenever I visit in the…Continue
forced inside for a few days
working on main street Pickens painting
This is by way of an apology. I stumbled across this site while researching something else, and happen to know one of your members, so signed up to take a better look. I am not an artist, I am an outdoor photographer, thus I really do not belong here. I have no idea how to "unsubscribe", so I'm hoping your web master will remove all evidence of my trespassing.
Once again, I apologize....
Added by Chris Schutz on December 31, 2014 at 11:22pm — No Comments
Added by Karen Scannell on December 20, 2014 at 2:00pm — No Comments
It has been over a year since I did my last Blog Post about how I broke through my dry spell... well not so fast. It would seem, with some embarrassment, that I am in an extended dry spell. I guess it was bound to happen, as my health got worse and I am stuck with oxygen bottles to lug around. But you say what? You thought I took an oxygen machine with me to Ireland a few years back, it's true. But my breathing was not as bad as it is today. I am getting winded just walking to the bathroom.…Continue
First I recommend you make your photo 185 pixels square and save as a .jpeg, .png or .gif file. If the photo is not square you can upload it and crop in the program but make sure the size is under 10MB. Be patient if your photo is big it may take some time to load.
Put it on your desktop or in a file on your hard drive you can find. Then go to "My Page" and hover over the top of the photo. It will say "Change Photo". Click on it and it…Continue
In researching where to plein air next year I came across the RMCCPA event in Estes Park CO. I booked a flight out of Spokane to Denver just to see the artwork of the Show. It was too late to attend the painting event, but I have watched some of the artists online and I admire their work. Spokane doesn't have a plein air group and none of my students are interested - so since Don Maier and Nikolai Kraneis came to paint with me - I have to find good plein air artists where I can. And I…Continue
Added by Lynne Haines on September 29, 2014 at 11:31pm — No Comments
Added by Carolyn Karch on September 22, 2014 at 12:30am — No Comments
I am currently in a Chinese village in the mountains close to Tibet. The scenery is amazing and the people and events are so colorful for painting. Here is one of my latest studies:…Continue
I have recently posted a series of key tips that have helped me to create award-winning paintings, based on techniques and principles used by the old masters. I have found that without a good grounding in the key principles of painting, you are never going to improve or create masterful work. You can see my tips on my FaceBook page. Hopefully you will enjoy and learn from these lessons. …Continue
Added by Barry John Raybould on July 21, 2014 at 6:00am — No Comments
Last weekend Michigan artists were happy to have the opportunity to participate in the second ever Brighton Paint Out. One of them was me. We had lovely, sunny weather on Saturday and pleasantly cool weather on the second day, Sunday. The torrential…Continue
Added by Kathleen W. O'Connell on July 7, 2014 at 3:10pm — No Comments
Added by Wendy Manning on July 4, 2014 at 8:41am — No Comments