Archives for November 2019

Looking for the Unique

"Sunlight and Shadow" by Ned Mueller OPAM Most of us would like to be creating unique or compelling works of art, or at least something that we can feel quite proud of. However, all sorts of things can either get in the way or just our ... Read More...

Is Plein Air Painting A Sport?

“Along the Trail, Mendocino” by Rick J. Delanty 12" x 24" - Acrylic --all images here have been painted or begun en plein air-- When Bob retired after 42 years in the aerospace industry, one of his buddies whose wife was an artist ... Read More...

Taking Care of the Artist: Improved Awareness and Self-Care – Focus on Hands and Wrists

After a session of painting in the studio or en plein air, do you find yourself questioning why your back, neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist or hand are uncomfortable or painful? Does the pain last for more than an hour?  Does it interfere ... Read More...

Falling In Love

"Transcendence, My Toes Are Cold" by Dan Knepper40" x 30" - Oil FALLING IN LOVE lets you see the world through rose-colored glasses.  Your energy level rises. You’re a more positive person. It often brings new experiences and your ... Read More...