Our paint out event on Friday and the Sunday rain date was a great success. There were 13 artists painting at the various sites of the Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site in Fort Hunter and also at the Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs in Auriesville, NY. The weather was definitely different each day - we had extreme heat and humidity on Friday, rain all day Saturday, and cool and windy on Sunday. Sunday's wind was gale force for most of the morning, but we were still able to complete paintings.
The artists were from different art groups and this made for a nice day of meeting artists, talking about art and of course lots of painting. The paint out was scheduled to run from 9am to 3pm, but several of the artists stayed until after 6pm both days. Everyone loved the idea of a Worldwide paint out.
All my best,
International Plein Air Painters Worldwide organization
Great Worldwide Paint Out
Art Alliance of North Georgia
Southern Plein Air Painters
Tunnel Hill, GA, at the annual "Battle of Tunnel Hill" Civil War reenactment.
Sponsored by the Art Alliance of North Georgia and Southern Plein Air Painters.
---11 artists participated, 1 isn't in the photo---He was out painting!!!
Thanks for the opportunity to take part in this event. The artists are already making
plans for next years event.
Pennsylvania en Plein Air Society
Pennsylvania En Plein Air Society had a great day for painting. We started by fueling up on pancakes cooked over an open fire at Salt Springs State Park...then got out our easels and went to work. We had 11 participants and a few onlookers and a runaway llama.
What a very, very good day. Everyone wants it to be an annual event...with pancakes!
We should pick up a little post event publicity which I will pass along.
official image of the Group of Peruíbe, that participated of the International Plein Air Panters, in 07/09/2008 in the Port of the Fishing in Peruíbe-SP - Brazil, For better evaluation leaves one here link for blog that I made, where has some photos of the event.
Our meeting was a Success! … E counted on the participation of 22 Plastic artists and local authorities, had the support of the City hall of Peruíbe, with all infrastructure for the great day.
Elisabete B. de Paula
Rio de Janiero
more photos on
You can´t imagine how wonderful it was this year here! I decided to do it different and tried to gather all art groups and individual artists from Rio and other cities. Besides, after broadcasting in an art community other states registered as you know.The response was great.Well, I´ve just finished uploading some photos in my blog and I also wrote a journal about the event.
Here in NH we 11 members participate in the
World Wide Paint Out over the 3 days, but the
areas where we painted - and hurricane Hannah! -
made it difficult to get a group together for a group photo.
Even at our reception on Sunday, there was no time when everyone present on Sunday was in the room at the same time!
A total of 19 paintings were produced over the 3 days and 4 of them sold at the reception. The rest remain on display (and available for sale) through the Newmarket Heritage Festival this weekend.
2008 WW Paint Out-
Pioneer Settlement for the Creative Arts
East Coast Plein Air
Plein Air Painters of St. Augustine
Front Row L to R
Christophe Cardot, Charles Shaefer, Lyn Asselta, Barbara Perrott and Jessie Cook
Back Row L to R
Karen Ann Patton, Scott Hiestand, Kathy Pounds and Robert Rohrich
The Central PA Pastel Societies
International Plein Air Painters 6th WORLDWIDE Artist Paint Out,
was held locally at
Fishermen's Paradise in Bellefonte on September 5,6,7.
Friday's CPPS's Paint Out began at 9 AM. Artists attending left to right, Tom Nicholas, Michelle Randall, Teresa Spitler, Jennifer Shuey, Susan Nicholas Gephart, Anne Kenyon, & Simonne Roy. We broke for lunch and looked at our morning progress. That afternoon we created more wonderful pastels and painted till 4:30!
St. Lucia, West Indies
Lucian Plein Air
Here are photos from St. Lucia. We painted a land formation called Anse Feré. It was used in a scene in the movie "Creature" that was filmed in St. Lucia. We were rained out at noon. You can see the clouds.
Fresh Air in Petersburg, Alaska. We even had sunshine (a rarity around here this year) and a black bear join our
Thanks for your support.
Members of Fresh Air at Blind Slough, near Petersburg, Alaska, 9-6-08
L to R: Carol Beckett, Don Cornelius, Sandy Wolf, Sally Riemer and
I am the only plein air painter in the little town of Peschici,
Italy. (Va bene.) It is a gorgeous place and the World Wide Paint Out
helped to introduce me to the community here. Several locals and
tourists stopped by to watch. I met people from Brussels, London,
southern France, Holland, and, of course, Italy.
The annual Great WORLDWIDE Paint Out sponsored by International Plein Air Painters established in 2002.
Plein air painting Hudson Valley NY,Trinidad & Tobago, Quandra Island BC Canada,Pennsylvania,Rio de Janiero, Italy,Alaska,
St. Lucia,Florida,New Hampshire,Georgia,Niagara Frontier artists took part in this event.
Plein Air Painters
We had a great three days painting on the Queen's Park Savannah.
On the 5th, we set up in front of the Boissiere House, otherwise known as the Gingerbread House, and on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7th we set up a Tent, and got signage (which we will use annually) to establish ourselves in front of the Stollmeyer's Castle.
The Art Society of Trinidad & Tobago along with the PICASSO's got together for this event.
We all look forward to next year.
Beverley Fitzwilliam Harries
A WORLDWIDE Plein Air Painting Organization
São Paulo - Ibirapuera
Anderson Kiyoshi Habe
Elisabete Jorge Pessine
Margarita B. Carmona
Mary L. S. Yamanaka
Clélia Festino Oricchio
José Marcos Oliva
Maricy Elisabeth Montenegro