Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Patrick Saunders Fine Arts 2020 Plein Air Painting Workshops - North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Idaho

Artist friends, I’m so pleased to have been asked to teach three plein air painting workshops in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Idaho next year, and I hope you’ll consider joining me at one of them.

I’ve met a lot of artists in my workshops who are intimidated by outdoor painting because sometimes a bit of speed is required to meet the challenge of changing light. But I promise you, I can help you overcome that fear, because my whole approach to painting, indoors or outside, lends itself to plein air, as it’s all about simplifying the subject and moving to finish as rapidly as possible in order keep energy and excitement in your work.

The way I paint, the way I will teach you to paint, will help you to meet the challenges inherent in painting plein air.

Click here to register: http://bit.ly/Patrick-Saunders-Plein-Air-Workshops

Come plein air paint with me in 2020! - Patrick Saunders

"Historical Record, Savage River Forest"  • Oil on Panel • 16"x20" • Private Collection

"Cathedral, Muir Woods"  • Oil on Panel • 16"x20" • Private Collection

"Like Stained Glass"  • Oil on Canvas • 19"x28" • Private Collection
"Burst"  • Oil on Panel • 6"x8" • Private Collection

"Good Morning, Church Road" • Oil on Panel • 14"x18" • Private Collection

"Light Dancing At the Clapp Barn"  • Oil on Panel • 16"x20" • Private Collection

"Sentinel"  • Oil on Panel • 12"x16" • Private Collection

"Mandevilla"  • Oil on Panel • 6"x8" • Private Collection

"Cornet Creek"  • Oil on Board • 12"x16" • Private Collection

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