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Ned Mueller's 3-Day Plein Air Workshop

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Ned Mueller's 3-Day Plein Air Workshop

Time: August 7, 2013 to August 9, 2013
Location: Wexford
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Phone: 053 9122019
Event Type: 3-day, plein, air, workshop
Organized By: Ned Mueller
Latest Activity: Jul 23, 2013

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From Wednesday August 7th to Friday 9th join Ned Mueller on a 3-day excursion painting outdoors and learning from one of USA's most respected plein air artists. The 3 days will be spent in the Wexford area, car-pooling if possible in a small group for serious study and having fun doing it. It can't be overstated that this is a  wonderful opportunity to advance your painting knowledge and skills from a highly sought instructor.

Book this workshop via Art in the Open website:                     (10 places)

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Ned is a graduate of the prestigious Art Center School of Design in Los Angeles. He has participated in many of the major invitatonal shows. He has won numerous awards and is a Signature member of the Oil Painters of America, Plein Air Painters of America, California Art Club, Northwest Pastel Society and the American Society of Marine Artists. Ned has been designated of "Master Artist" status with the Oil Painters of America and been invited to show in the 2013 Autry Masters Show, considered the top Traditional/Impressionist show in the USA. Ned continues to challenge himself to grow artistically and is asked to jury Regional and National US Art Shows. He loves to teach and share his many years of knowledge and experience and is in demand to teach classes and workshops  Internationally.

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Comment by Marie-Christine O'Brien on March 27, 2013 at 18:41

I will not be able to attend Ned Mueller 3 days class after the Plein Eire Festival. I am sorry.

Comment by Plein Eire Administrator on March 8, 2013 at 0:21

Don't forget, it is necessary to actually book on the festival website in order to secure attendance at Art in the Open and its various events. To  attend this workshop without participating in Art in the Open, contact: info(at) . This page on Plein Eire is for information only.

Comment by Plein Eire Administrator on February 28, 2013 at 21:23

Some notes on Ned's suggested materials to bring with you:-

The following list is just a suggestion of what you could use. Most of you already have your own supplies and favorite colors, brushes and surfaces and are not expected to equip yourself with all that I list: Oil Paints: Titanium white,cadmium yellow lite, cadmium orange,cadmium red lite, alizarin crimson, transparent brown oxide, chromium green oxide, viridian, cobalt blue, ultramarine blue,ivory black.  I mostly use bristle brushes, mainly brights #2,#4,#6,#8,#10. I usually have at least two or three of each. I will use some round sables for detail or to sign my name. I mostly use ready made oil primed linen panels to paint on,  from 4"x6" to 12"x16" to paint outside. Bring a variety of sizes including 8"x10",9"x12",11"x14" to paint on. Have a good easel such as the French easel, backpack easel or one of the many good pochade paint boxes on the market. Have a good size container to clean your brushes with and a small cup for your medium. I use odorless Turp to clean brushes and for my medium. I usually use a glass or plexiglass palette,wood palettes are fine as are the fold out palette. Please, no paper palettes. I have a palette knife and/or a scraper to clean my palette and a roll of paper towels to clean my palette and brushes with. Have some comfortable shoes and practical clothes for whatever weather one may encounter. Do not wear any bright shirts or such that might reflect color into your painting surface. A hat or visor to keep the sun out of your eyes and a plein air umbrella is optional, but does come in handy.  Equipment and paints do get expensive, and do the best you can, but cheap paints,brushes and panels can really keep a person from doing their best work. The first day or so we will probably just be doing smaller studies in the 6"x8" to 9"x12" range to get people warmed up. Bring a good sense of humor and we will work hard and have a good time doing it!!

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