Added by Dublin Sketchers on January 28, 2011 at 22:56 — No Comments
It took a while to organise but 3 seperate presentations were made recently, on behalf of Art in the Open, of plein air paintings made during last year's festival : -
First is a watercolour by Grahame Booth, "6 Wexford Doorways" seen being handed to Mayor of Annapolis, Josh Cohen by our guest artist, David Diaz, chair of …Read on...
Your Plein Eire profile page or 'My Page' is a shop window for your art on the web. If you google yourself, your page will come up somewhere in Google's list and the more you post and interact, the higher it will appear on the list.
While membership of Plein Eire is open only to artists, we know the site is visited by galleries and buyers who have bought paintings and given commissions on the basis of what they have found here. So how your window to the…Read on...
Added by Plein Eire Administrator on January 21, 2011 at 19:00 — No Comments
Every evening at dusk, I see the same sight...hundreds of crows heading for their bedding, in the forest ! I just thought I'd share this fabulous occasion with you. Wednesday 12th/01/11.
Well hello again and happy new 2011.
I hope you all enjoyed your break and are eager to brave the hangovers this Sunday. The thing'll be on at the usual time of 2:00 and this week sees a welcome return to the National Art Gallery!! Hooray!!
Mary has it that there's a Turner exhibition on there for January. The theme is "Colour and light, caring for Turner's…
Added by Dublin Sketchers on January 7, 2011 at 16:31 — No Comments
My plein air painting of an Irish cottage at our local Frontier Culture Museum, here in Virginia, USA was the first painting/artist featured on the website, "Irish Fireside". Plein Eire was mentioned in the short article with the painting. I thought you all would be interested in seeing it. The site is very nice, and they have a fun podcast series too. Enjoy!
I didn't get to paint today...so I turned my creative juices to a bit of poetry. Had fun composing this!!
ODE TO THE PLEIN AIR PAINTER
Starting New Year, what are your goals,
as an artist who paints "En Plein Air"?
To increase you skills, pay all your bills,
and become an "Art Millionare"?
By January first, become fully immersed,
in what inspires us to create.
Prepare for all weather, travel "light as…Read on...