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We had the first promise of Summer at Rosslare Strand Bank Holiday Monday SEPA Paintout. After such a long winter and cold Spring, it was great to see all the crew back out painting and taking advantage of the sunny spell. Rosslare has loads to offer the Plein Air Painter. A long stretch of beach, the Village itself or "The Burrow". Cafe's and Kelly's Resort Hotel for refreshments, all within a short distance of your painting spot.
Here's Lize Human who found a great place to…Read on...
David explaining the golden section:
A big thank you to David and Hanneke, who gave a wonderful workshop yesterday at The Swallowsnest Studio. I think everyone benefited enormously from David's patient and insightful guidance...and Hanneke's patience…Read on...
Added by Karen Scannell on April 28, 2013 at 8:46 — No Comments
I thought if anyone had interesting material relating to Irish Plein Air artists they could post it here.
I know that I am pretty much ignorant about the history of Plein Air so anything of interest would
be good. I would like to see other members posts rather than randomly trawling through the web.
On that note does anyone have images of plein air paintings by Frank O'Meara a 19th Century Irish
artist I recently came across.
The" Wonder's Return"...... The start of Spring heralded the return of our friends Jane and Louise, who were only recently back from their trip to the Second Annual Plein Air Convention & Expo in Monterey - Carmel , California. It may have felt like the start of Spring, but our two brave souls,…Read on...
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Patrick - hope you are feeling better, here are a few photos we managed to get yesterday and thanks for organising it - Shaws was lovely as was the company and usual chat
Sally and Dee finished but not beaten !
Frank is branching out - super painting…Read on...
I came across this exhibition catalogue on the web a while back.
It reminds me of the long tradition that our plein air endeavors
follow in the footsteps of.
I suppose we do look a bit glum. But that was because Norah was not in the picture. She was taking it. We had what you might call a civic reception in Trim. Noel French, President Trim Chamber of Commerce and Cllr. James O'Shea, Leas Cathaoirleach of the town council welcomed…Read on...
Thank you to all who turned up in Leixlip last - a great day of painting, sharing tips and great fun !
SEPA PAINTOUT AT THE SAFE HARBOUR, CO.WEXFORD March 3rd, 2013
A good turnout again today for SEPA's second Paintout 2013.…Read on...
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Hot off the press is this new book by Plein Eire member, Lori Putnam:…
Another great day in Portmarnock, even the snow flurries didnt stop the painting - thanks Dee for organising today - to add more photos to this blog just click on reply, choose the image icon (on top left after the link icon (make sure your photo is re-sized as you would when posting a painting), I dont have my camera card reader to download mine until I get back home on tuesday :)…Read on...
Dear Painters - I am a Plein Air Painter from Berlin - I will come to the Art-in-the-Open Festival to Wexford this year - My Budget is really small and even at the moment it isn`t existing - At my Gallery "Galerie Classico" I have no Sellings - Please help me to find a possibility to find a Host, who is interested in an exchange - In exchange for a place to stay ( I could although be a place for a tent in a garden or front garden) - I can offer to come to Berlin in…Read on...
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SEPA Paintout at The South Slobs Co. Wexford 17/2/13
Marie-Christine, and Tom King
A great turnout today for SEPA's first paintout of 2013. Micheal McGuire, Neil O Keefe, Annie Cahill, Barry…Read on...
Added by Karen Scannell on February 17, 2013 at 20:30 — No Comments
...SEE YOU NEXT JUNE
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