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Landscape Painting en plein air
Painting outdoors directly from nature is one of the greatest pleasures of summer. Vermont, especially the Jeffersonville area, has long been a popular painting spot for many artists for more than a century. We take full advantage of the picturesque farms, rivers, open fields and mountains. Although we paint at various times during the day, sunsets are still my favorites.  K. Winslow
Recent Plein Air Events

In March, I participated in a couple of plein air events in Florida.  In the  Lighthouse Art Center Plein Air Event, I signed up for the "Quick Draw" and won first place.  Here is a picture of my winning study, "Morning News",  at DuBois Park in Jupiter.  The week after this event, I won an honorable mention in another plein air event in Jupiter.

Many people ask about my palette.  I premix several "Tonal Scales" of blues, grays, violets, pinks and greens, which allows me to paint rapidly and concentrate on proper value relationships, under changing light and weather conditions.  The premixed paints are placed on shelves, which I bungee to my easel,  and I angle my mixing area to be vertical, as well. 

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