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Artist Painting in Plein Air

Plein Air

An artist painting in Plein Air of the sandy and landscaped area.

For those of you that don’t know, Plein Air means ‘in open air.’

Watercolors and ink

© 2012

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  1. I was going to ask about Plein Air…haha

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  2. I could have answered that as well 😉 Great painting Deb. Is the girl in the picture painting or is that a laptop?

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  3. Oh..is that you Aunty Deb? 😉

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  4. So peaceful, I could be that girl but I would be reading (no talent you know).

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    • Your talent is writing, Val!…your very good with that!
      I read outside too…very relaxing.
      Thanks Val!

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  5. Androgoth

     /  September 11, 2012

    I like the wonderful
    colours on this painting
    Deb and of course how
    delightful it looks also 🙂

    Androgoth XXx

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    • Glad you like it Andro! I was most fun inking it afterwards. 🙂
      Hugs ♥ XXx

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      • Androgoth

         /  September 13, 2012

        I always enjoy calling into your Space and viewing your paintings 🙂 They are always really well thought out and wonderfully painted 🙂

        Androgoth XXx

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        • The best part of posting them is from hearing the thoughts from fine friends like you, Andro! Thank you for that! 🙂
          Hugs ♥ XXx

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  6. Binky

     /  September 11, 2012

    She may be in plein air, but she’s till under the umbrella! I wonder if she’s painting herself painting herself?

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  7. ltpen315

     /  September 11, 2012

    I love this!! I truly do and it surprised me. I am a devoted fan of Thomas Kinkade’s works, except for his paintings that were done in a style called Plein Air!! Nothing at all like this lovely painting!
    Barb

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    • Hope the MRI came out alright.

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      • ltpen315

         /  September 12, 2012

        Thanks, Bo, it did. No back surgery…yay!! A series of shots taht are done under sedation!!

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    • I have to agree with you on that. I don’t care as much of his Plein Air painting, though they are much more difficult to do than working inside out of the element.
      Do understand though that I did not paint this in Plein air, but the artist in the painting is painting is Plein Air.
      Thanks Barb!

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  8. I think Binky may be right… the painter painting herself, under a sanguini umbrella!

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  9. Soul

     /  September 12, 2012

    Good morning Deb,you are a fantastic with your watercolrs i really like my friend.
    Thanks for your visit and comment.
    Have a great day my friend.
    Kiss.
    Soul.

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    • Good morning to you too, Soul (on another day)
      I’m glad you like the painting, Soul, I did enjoy painting and drawing it!
      You have a great day too, my friend!
      Hugs xo

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  10. Deb jestem szczęśliwa ,że znalazłam twój blog —-kocham go ,kocham twoje prace,są takie delikatne,dowcipne….naj….naj..mogłabym tu napisać cały poemat o tym,…..
    ;-0

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    • Krystiana! I am most happy to have met you. My days on my blog would not be the same without a visit from you. You always make my day. And what you said about my art…writing about it, well that is just about the nicest comment I’ve ever received….thank you! 🙂

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  11. Great painting. Plein air is not the same as just plain air. Just plain air can be open or it can be closed and when you go into the city it is hard to find.

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  12. Nice piece Deb! 🙂

    The Umbrella is a nice touch! 🙂

    Love and hugs!

    Prenin.

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  13. Just coming by to tell You i love you xoxoxoxoxo

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  14. Great Painting… Artistic! Keep it up..

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  15. My thoughts went down Binky’s path with this one, Deb. I imagined her painting someone painting someone painting someone – and so on! With each of your paintings, Deb, a story comes to mind immediately! Another nice painting, may I add?!

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    • That’s funny, Tom! You know though, those kind of paintings are really cool!
      I’m glad a story does come to mind for you with my work though…thank you, Tom! xo

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  16. Beautiful! Love the painting of a painting 🙂

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  17. MysteryCoach

     /  September 12, 2012

    Lovely 🙂 as always… of course! 🙂 🙂

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  18. Beautiful and peaceful, Deb, and I’m glad you included the definition…I was wondering! Hugs to you! xoxo

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    • I understand. The first time I heard that term, ‘Plein Air,’ a few years ago, I had to look it up.
      Glad you like the painting, Lauren…thank you. Hugs xoxo

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  19. BEAUTIFUL ! Blessings, Deborah

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  20. Beautiful, Deb!
    Do you like to work outdoors? My wife does… I struggle with it, though. I have enough trouble inside… outside I usually wind up with an insect or a bit of vegetation stuck right in the middle of my image!
    🙂

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    • Ahaha, I can relate, Sig!…No, I wreck my supplies because of the sand, and the air dries out the watercolors too fast, and the bugs…well you know.
      I can sketch in the outdoors okay though, but not as good as at home.
      Thanks Sig! 🙂

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    • Did you think I painted this outside? No, not me, but he girl in the painting is painting outside. 😉 🙂

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  21. hannekekoop

     /  September 13, 2012

    Beautiful landscape too Deb; I can imagine she would sit there and paint. 🙂

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  22. Ahhh I’m so happy to read a French word here! 🙂 I love this style (watercolor and ink). It’s really yours!!!

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    • Yes, it is mine. I enjoy ink and watercolor painting.
      I bet the French word was refreshing to you for a change. 😉 🙂
      Thanks Cha! ox

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  23. yikes i thought Plein air is some airline…ok erase that …i knew what it was..totally 🙂
    lovely painting Deb

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    • I’m not erasing it because it makes me smile. 🙂 😛
      I knew you knew what it would be. Just as long as you know I was not painting in Plein air, but he artist in the painting. 😉 😉
      Thanks Soma…hugs xo 🙂

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  24. What a coincidence. Today I was thinking about painting in plain air 🙂
    Hugs,
    xx

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  25. Looks like a great place to relax and have fun! 🙂

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  26. Great concept in this one honey.I really like the depth in this one

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