Tag Archives: Plein Air
James Gurney and a group of fellow painters in New York city. Interesting to watch.
An interesting article about the influences of Monet. http://www.outdoorpainter.com/history/the-artist-who-introduced-monet-to-plein-air.html The Artist Who Introduced Monet to Plein Air “The Beach at Trouville,” by Eugene Boudin, 1864, oil on wood, 10 1/4 x 18 7/8. Collection Musee d’Orsay, Paris, France Eugene Boudin … Continue reading
*SPOILER ALERT* I finally have gotten around to watching Local Color. It is loosely based on the story of the writer and director George Gallo who apprenticed under George Cherepov, a celebrated Russian painter living in New York. Local … Continue reading
Here is an interesting article I ran across on Plein Air Magazine’s site. http://www.outdoorpainter.com/news/healing-through-plein-air-painting.html Healing Through Plein Air Painting Written by Bob Bahr Pochade boxes made for the soldiers … and, evidently, some issues of one of the organizer’s favorite … Continue reading
A couple of sketches from a recent trip to North Georgia and Western North Carolina.
Borrowed from Rick Steves. For artists a second bag might be necessary for supplies and palette knives must be checked on airplanes. Another option is to order your supplies before you leave and have them shipped to your destination. … Continue reading
This guy is my inspiration.
What are the benefits of travel? Other than to fulfill our urge to see famous sites, what can we gain? Many desire to travel and some include art as part of their travels as a workshop or Plein air painting … Continue reading
Interesting footage of Monet painting en plein air.
It is summer and school is out. Many artists will be hitting the road for plein air adventures or perhaps a workshop. Here are some travel tips from Robert Gamblin. http://www.gamblincolors.com/newsletters/studionotes14.html Tips for Traveling with Artists’ Materials #14 Many … Continue reading