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Plein Air Dos and Donts

Plein Air Situations
Dos and don’ts for beginners, and a painting-day travelogue
by John Hughes

This month I would like to talk about painting outdoors and two different types of situations for plein air artists to try. First of all, painting with a group of friends: it’s a good thing to do, the camaraderie alone is usually worth the trip out into the field. Then there is the added benefit of getting a different perspective on painting from other accomplished artists. I don’t care how seasoned you are as an artist, you can always benefit by seeing how someone else approaches painting, because it’s always different from what you are doing and helps to shake things up a bit…

Read the article in the November 2010 edition of 15 Bytes.

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