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Continuing on from last years discussion...We're delighted that Marko and Nikoli are again making plans for another Plein Air Berlin/ Brandenburg Event 2015.Dates will be May 9th - 19th
The Event will be based again in Altthymen haus, http://www.altthymenhaus.de/
The cost will be € 45 euro/ day, full board. The nearest airport is Berlin
We had a great experience during this Event 2014. This is a wonderful opportunity to paint in the old, East part of Germany, and immerse yourself in paint :) . Places are still available, if you would like to join us let us know.
So, it's from May 9–19th, 10 days.
If you want to bring some bigger stuff with and you think it'll be heavy, prepare and send a package to one of us. Or straight to Altthymen.
We were talking about these oils:
You can phone them. All of them speak english, french or polish. Or you could send me a list and I'll buy it. I'm once or twice in a month there.
hey good morning everyone - i am in althymen at the moment and working with manfred for the plein air - george you are really welcome - send please some good quality pictures from last year - super to see you again -
i am registerd for art in the open and i am searching a host for my stay in wexford - it would be very good to find so -
so it is a lot to do in the next 2 weeks -
because i am from the 17th to the 31st march in south italy with my mother - painting there and organizing a one week plein air there for maybe the 28. september to 5 october - artselect will give some sponsoring for that too - i met ms leone wednesday in berlin and she said we will do it -
remember please send pictures for the flyer to nikolai -
greetings and hugs from altthymen -
we got your fotos - louise
we have a new idea for making some money for the painters - would you do ordered paintings of subjects which people from the region want to have painted by the plein air artists during our festival? - like my house, my garden, my mother ---
we will do publicity for that - what do you think?
Having easels and larger canvases available is BRILLIANT! It is lovely to have the option. Mostly I will paint 30 X 40cm or smaller, which I can hold on my hand. But it is lovely to let rip on larger work too.
I couldn't go last year, but I am soooo looking forward to it this year!
I'd be happy to do paintings of subjects requested - commissions.
Marko, I can only speak for myself, but I think most artists would paint someone's breakfast if they got paid for it! So of course, commissions would be most welcome.