Your Plein Air Roots

I was 10, my brother six when, one morning, we walked down to the Field. A group of plein air painters had gathered under the eucalyptus. Their clothes, easels, hats…all were “foreign” to us, figures materialized from another era. My brother and I made our way over to the group.

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Painting to Listen; John Potter’s Dream

“Painting for me is a form of communication with our Creator, and of gratitude as well; for the life and beauty brought forth on this Earth, especially in our remaining

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The Secret Life of Lance Letscher

“He meticulously organizes and stores these weathered materials, which he later surgically deconstructs and deploys, creating new narratives from shards of past memory.” Excerpt from Lance Letscher’s Bio.  Broke a

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Fresh Lots at J.H. Art Auction; A Kansas Art Tale

Fresh to the art market: no matter how important an artist’s work, if passed around the auction circuit too often, its value tarnishes. Flip city. That’s why the 2017 Jackson Hole

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Sketching With Bill Sawczuk; Crushing on Rob Kingwill

“I don’t need a sketch to paint.”     “Sketching is too time consuming.”    “I don’t like pencil work.”    And the real reason: “I don’t wish to spend the

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