Four of Hagan Fine Art Gallery's artists are demonstrating on the  Big Stage at this year's Plein Air Convention & Expo (PACE) which is hosted by Eric Rhoades, Publisher of PleinAir Magazine. There will be over 1000 participants watching and learning from them. We salute our artists for their accomplishmets which gained them the invitation to demonstrate and paint at this national convention. 

 

Plein Air Painting is a cornerstone of Impressionism (One of our favorite genres!). We are thrilled to be representing such accomplished painters and hope you'll explore their workshops and add one of their paintings to your collection.


Hagan Fine Art artist, Mary Garrish, will be teaching the  In-N-Outs of how to paint a Nocturne at this year's PACE with an emphasis on Tonalism.

 

Mary Garrish has fallen in love with Tonalism, which is a key feature in most nocturnes. She even has a video out titled Tonalism, where she talks about it's importance in painting and how an artist can incorporate it in their work.

"Being outside is my Muse.

 

This is where I gather my ideas and where I study nature. I use all of my Plein Air experience when I come back into the studio to paint."

- Mary Garrish
 


Hagan Fine Art artist, Kyle Buckland will be teaching design elements with an emphasis on guiding artists towards creating successful compositions at this year's PACE.

 

These lessons hold special significance for Plein Air painters, as the task of selecting and arranging elements outside can be daunting without a guiding framework.

"I am drawn to painting outdoors not merely for capturing the visual aspect, but also to immerse myself in the sensory delights of nature - the scents, the sounds, and the caress of the wind against my face. These elements collectively form the wellspring of inspiration for my art.

 

Moreover, my affection for colors stems from a belief that true comprehension of nature's palette can only be achieved through firsthand observation." 

- Kyle Buckland
 


Hagan Fine Art artist, Ulrich Gleiter will be teaching Shadows in a City Scene at this year's PACE.

 

The first thing we notice in a painting is the mood in the sky. Whether it’s a cold winter day or under the scorching sun, we feel the weather and the time of day. Painting is comparing, and that means we have to determine value, color, and edges.

"Each painting is like a page in the diary of a painter's life, and the viewer finishes the story when we can feel it, enjoy it, and relate to it." 

- Ulrich Gleiter
 


Hagan Fine Art artist, Joe Gyurcsak will be teaching Light and Shadow at this year's PACE.

 

If you ever wondered how the pros interpret light and shadow with lightning speed, you have come to this session. In just under 40-minutes veteran plein air painter, Joe Gyurcsak (Joe G) will show you how to establish the value / design of a medium sized painting.

Joe is the Resident Artist, veteran instructor, and nationally recognized Plein Air painter. Don’t miss the awesome experience to learn some important Lessons from one of the best!
 

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