Monday, August 17, 2009

3 Day Plein Air Workshop!

95 degrees and painting!
I had yet again, the privalege of working with some amazing people in my 3 day plein air painting class last week. I can't think of a better way to spend 3 days than with people who are willing, eager to learn, stretch their painting skills and just simply want to become better painters! :) This was one tough group, it was SO hot and humid! Each lasted until the end. In fact most were still painting when I went home. :) It was a great 3 days and fun to see the growth in each painter in such a short period of time.
We painted along the Wild and Scenic St Croix River just north of Stillwater MN, my stompin' grounds! It's a gorgeous place to paint and spend your time. Thanks to all you painters that took the time to be there. Happy Painting!
Group Shot!! The Magnificent '11'

The Magnificent 11-MaryAnn :)

"Painting the river"

"95 degrees. . . and still smilin'!"

"Day 3, 95 degrees, and still standing!"

"Me Demo'ing" :)

"Last Day Demo at William OBrien State Park"







8 comments:

MaryAnn Cleary said...

What a great workshop! Thank you so much, Kami. I am seeing spots of color everywhere!

Kami Polzin said...

Hi MaryAnn! Thanks for being there, it is SO much fun to work with you and watch your painting grow. You are an inspiration!

René PleinAir. said...

Wow looks like you guys had a great time, ...

Kami Polzin said...

Well, hello Rene! We did! A tough group I tell you. Very eager and willing! Hope you're having a good summer painting.

Ben Bauer said...

cool stuff
B

Erik said...

Hi Kami,
Looks like it was a lot of fun. I see we have the same pochade box. 95 degrees and wearing gloves?

Kami Polzin said...

Hi Erik, we had a good time out there! How do you like your easyL? I love mine. Perfect field box. The gloves. . :) I'm trying to be extra safe with the paint these days. Non Latex gloves seem to work pretty well for me. Happy Painting!

Erik said...

I like it very much, it's very light and easy to setup. About the gloves, you can't be to careful with these toxic paints right?