Announcing a new virtual art training >
It is possible to dramatically improve your painting skills in just three days.
Many representational artists want to go outside to paint what they see, they’re just not sure how to go about it. Keep reading because we have great news for you!
Join us for the upcoming Plein Air Live virtual art training event and discover why previous event attendee Gloria Checketts Rudd said this:
“This was the ultimate art conference! So convenient being able to be at home and have the replays. Stellar lineup of artists. Thanks for everyone’s hard work in making this happen for us.”
We’re once again offering Plein Air Live — a global art training event to help artists at every level, using any medium, to take their art to the great outdoors!
Plein Air Live
March 10-12, 2022
(Plus Optional Beginner / Refresher Day on March 9)
When you register for Plein Air Live, you’ll experience more than 30 of today’s top plein air artists from around the world sharing their most valuable insights and techniques.
In just 3 days, you’ll speed up your progress faster than you would by attending any art school in America.
If you’re new to plein air painting or would like a comprehensive review day to get up to speed for the main event, be sure to register for the optional Beginner / Refresher Day for additional virtual art training.
Our popular virtual events allow you to attend from the comfort of your own home or studio — the place where you’re the most creative and confident!
Plein Air Live is a virtual event, but the excellent instruction you’ll receive from some of today’s top plein air artists, including master representational painter T. Allen Lawson, is real. You’ll even get to see old friends, make new ones, and build a solid support network for yourself.
Best of all … you’ll be fully prepared to effectively and efficiently head to the great outdoors to paint your favorite scenes!
“All of my inspiration comes directly from life.” – T. Allen Lawson
T. Allen Lawson is drawn to the quieter side of life. Over time he has developed a discipline of patiently observing and studying the often-unnoticed rhythms and subtleties of his surroundings. In his paintings he strives to build layers and textures with pigment to create the abstraction and nuanced depth he feels in nature and the world around him.
Tim studied drawing and portraiture at the American Academy of Art in Chicago. He furthered his formal studies attending the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts in Old Lyme, Connecticut. A lifelong student, his dedication to and love of his profession is always evolving as his interests and influences continue to challenge him.
Learn from T. Allen Lawson, Daniela Astone, Roger Dale Brown, and many more when you register at PleinAirLive.com.