Bring more freshness – and challenge – to your work through painting outdoors from life! From Thomas Moran to David Hockney, exhibitions often pair the artists’ large studio paintings with their preparatory studies, highlighting the vibrancy of the plein air studies. They may be smaller, less grandiose and less accurate—but plein air studies are more direct, personal and free. Plein air painting is something to practice regularly. Note: Class size will be kept small so students can socially distance, masks required.

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