Announcing the First Ever Oregon Invitational Plein Air Paint Out

Announcing the Oregon Invitational Plein Air Paint Out hosted by the Portland Art Museum

Where:
In Oregon, in the Portland park blocks in front of the museum

When:
Sat, 4 Aug, 2012 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sun, 5 Aug, 2012 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM 

Come celebrate the art of painting outdoors, en plein air, with the region’s leading plein air artists! Like their late 19th and early 20th century counterparts, contemporary plein air artists work on location to capture the atmosphere of the moment, including the ever-changing colors, light, and shadows. This event brings together dozens of artists to create new works and exhibit them in the Museum’s front yard by turning the South Park Blocks into a lively outdoor studio.

On Sunday, wander the Museum courtyard to meet the artists and see a selection of works made the day before. Take advantage of this opportunity and bring a work of art home with you.

The Oregon Invitational Plein Air weekend is sponsored by Gamblin Artists Colors and Oregon Coast Bank.

Hotel Partners are the Hotel LućiaHotel deluxe, the Governor Hotel, and the Westin Portland.

Participating artists:

• Mark Allison
• Marla Baggetta
• Celeste Bergin
• Eric Bowman
• Brenda Boylan
• Dee Boyles
• Lisa Caballero
• Jeremy Dubow
• Aimee Erickson
• Eduardo Fernandez
• Scott Gellatly
• Michael Gibbons
• Katie Grant-Hanson
• Richard Hoyen
• Eric Jacobsen
• Leland John
• Ivan Kelly
• Thomas Jefferson Kitts
• Mike Kowalski
• Gretha Lindwood
• Gabriel Liston
• Barbara Masterson
• Marion Moir
• Stev H. Ominski
• Michael Orwick
• Anton Pavlenko
• Greg Pfarr
• Don Prechtel
• Tom Prochaska
• Michael Rangner
• Cathleen Rehfeld
• Sandy Roumagoux
• Erik Sandgren
• Bill Shumway
• Oleg Ulitsky
• Morgan Walker
• Lli Wilburn
• Romona Youngquist
• Vue Yer Z.
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2 Responses to Announcing the First Ever Oregon Invitational Plein Air Paint Out

  1. Sergio Lopez says:

    wow great line-up!

  2. Thomas Kitts says:

    Yes, it is, Sergio. And I wish you were in it. Why not move up to Oregon? (grin)

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