The Plein Air Scene

by Sarah Beserra



Early California Painters Take Europe By Storm and Joseph Raphael in Monterey (7/10/03)

Laguna PAPA Riding Wave of Success (4/21/03)

Ray Strong at 98, article by Michael Whitt (2/20/03)

Taos Society of Artists, article by Sarah Beserra (12/13/02)

California Plein Air News, article by Sarah Beserra (10/14/02)

A Society for Six, article by Sarah Beserra (6/12/02)

Plein Talk, article by Connie Kirk (4/18/02)

Brooks Sisters Paint, article by Sarah Beserra (2/8/02)

Canvasing Catalina, article by Sarah Beserra (12/7/01)

Fame and Fortune, article by Sarah Beserra (10/22/01)

Strait Laced with Painters, article by Sarah Beserra (10/22/01)

Tasty and Bitter Fruit, article by Sarah Beserra; Quick--Draw at High Noon, article By Aleta Carpenter (8/16/01)

Carmel Makes My Day, by Sarah Beserra (6/21/01)

A Leap from the Pedestal (4/28/01)

Out on a SLOPE (4/13/01)

Plein Talk (3/7/01)

Plein Air Out of State (2/11/01)

Bartering for Paintings (12/12/00)

Gardens of Santa Barbara and Hughcs at Napa Museum, by Janie Scholes (10/21/00)

Mission San Juan Capistrano Competition and Sierra Trip, by Aleta Carpenter (9/11/00)

Scene on the Strait 2000: Fourth Annual Paint Out, Show and Competition / Marin/Scapes a Triumph (7/28/00)

Carmel Plein Air 2000 and Marin Agricultural Land Trust Exhibitions (5/9/00)

Our Own Back Yard (3/16/00)

Desert Plein Air (2/15/00)

Preserving California's Gold (12/16/99)

Marin Light: Open Space Visions / Baywood Artists Save Oaks (11/6/99)

The Plein Air Summit: A Special Report (9/21/99)

Scene on the Strait / Marin/Scapes Sets Record (8/5/99)

Carmel Plein Air Festival - Featured Artist: Judy Molyneaux (7/1/99)

Erle Loran: Berkeley Modernist - MALT Event Breaks Record - "Artists for Action" Paint Mt. Diablo (5/27/99)

The Plein Air Colorist Tradition: "The Outsiders" (4/99)


Sarah Beserra is Editor and Publisher of The Plein Air Scene - a monthly newsletter on plein air painting in California. Please see the website for The Plein Air Scene for email address and phone number.

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