Tag Archives: plein-air painting

Summer Skies

Posted on July 03, 2013

The radar on my phone’s weather app glared at me like a brooding teen throughout the days (and hours) leading up to the Woodson Art Museum’s Plein-Air Paint Out last Saturday. Checking it repeatedly didn’t change the screen: Highs in the upper 80s complete with little cartoonish lightening bolts and… Read More

Perfection vs. Plein-Air Painting

Posted on June 26, 2013

“I used to think the art I made had to be perfect,” said preteen Hayley on Monday, the first day of plein-air painting workshops in the Woodson Art Museum’s sculpture garden. “I try not to think that now,” she said, dabbing a brush into oil paint on her palette. “It’s… Read More