Why Plein Air Painting Should Never Become a Competitive Sport…

A little moment of fun demonstrating why it is not a good idea to get too competitive when out in the field.

A tribute to Tim Bell and Stephen Griffin, a couple of friends who like to paint big canvases outside. Four feet by four feet and larger…

Hope to see you two guys again this summer at Easton!

Thomas

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There is still room in my “Essential Alla Prima Techniques” class coming up in January. If you want to join the group let me know soon, as spots are filling. For more details, check out the info in the right hand column. Or click here.





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2 Responses to Why Plein Air Painting Should Never Become a Competitive Sport…

  1. Thomas Kitts says:

    And back at you, Karen. Sorry to have missed you and the rest of the AK contingent in Hood River last summer. Maybe next August, if I ain't already booked…

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