Tagged: landscape

Sierra Pack Trip 2013: Lake Ediza

Last week was one of the best times I’ve had in a really long while. At the last-minute, I was able to get a spot with this group that included Paul Kratter, Pixar artists Bill Cone and Ernesto Nemesio, Julia Lundman, Eric Merrell, Jeff Horn, and Michele De Branganca. Every year, this group makes a mid-August trip to […]

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Telluride Plein Air 2013: An Introduction To Mountain Paradise, Pt. 2

Thanks for following me along to the 2nd part of my trip to Telluride. If for whatever reason you missed the first part, click here: Link Day 5 Today was the day of the infamous “Quick Draw.” The morning was spent framing everything so I didn’t have to worry about it in the evening. There’s […]

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Telluride Plein Air 2013: An Introduction To Mountain Paradise, Pt. 1

I have returned from Colorado after participating in the Telluride Plein Air event. There were ups and downs but I am happy to say there were a lot more ups than downs. This post will be done travelogue-style, and there is a lot to cover, so without further ado, let’s jump in. Prologue I decided […]

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Los Gatos Plein Air 2013 Recap: A Plein Air Event For Myself

I am getting ready to start heading out to Telluride, Colorado tomorrow. It’s just enough time to recover from the Los Gatos Plein Air event from last week. If I had the choice, I don’t think I would have bumped two big events next to each other like this, but I am pretty well-warmed up […]

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Carmel Art Festival 2013 Recap

I am happy to tell you that the Carmel Art Festival this year was a success! Even with such an amazing roster of artists, I was able to grab an award this year and sell the award-winning painting! Unbelievable. But before I jump the gun and get into all of that, I’ll walk you through […]

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