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  • Palm Loft Gallery

    410 Palm Avenue, Loft A-1., Carpinteria CA 93013; directions
    805-684-9700
    PalmLoft@aol.com
    www.palmloft.com
    Hours: Friday to Monday 11 am to 4 pm or call for an appointment.

    Gary Pendleton

    I am currently the President of the Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters Association and I am working on a book about Plein Air Painters of the Mid-Atlantic for Schiffer Books. I am represneted by McBride Gallery in Annapolis, Md and the William Ris Gallery in Stone Harbor, NJ among others.

    grp@chesapeake.net

    Robert Perrish

    20085 Hubbard, Livonia, MI 48152; 248-471-0933; bobperrish@earthlink.net; http://www.robertperrish.net

    Jean Perry

    Steamboat Springs, CO; (970) 879-6193

    The Petit Salon & Galerie

    1918 Fort Stockton Drive, San Diego, CA 92103; 619-497-1177; concetta@thepetitsalon.com; www.ThePetitSalon.com

    Lyn Hope Phariss

    120 Gardens Rd., Macks Creek, MO; 573-363-5871

    Linda Pitcher

    I am a UK Plein Air artist based in the Midlands.  I am a member of the RBSA and LSA.

    My website address is: www.lindapitcher.co.uk

    Bonnie Posselli

    Salt Lake City, UT; 801-232-5771

    Chris Potter

    511 East Anapamu St, Unit D, Santa Barbara, CA, 93103; 805 252-7052; chrispotterart@gmail.com

    Jenifer Prince

    PO Box 223464, Princeville, HI 96722; 808-652-9296; jeniart@yahoo.com; www.kauaiarts.net

    Jenifer Prince

    Jeni@kauaiarts.net

    Plein air artist Jenifer Prince is inspired by her love of the ocean lifestyle and the beauty of the land. Visit her website for more information at www.kauaiarts.net or www.jeniferprince.com

    Jenifer Prince

    Plein air artist living,painting and teaching on the island of Kauai. For more info
    www.jeniferprince.com

    Camille Przewodek


    fineart@sonic.net
    www.przewodek.com

    Camille Przewodek’s creativity is centered around her excitement over light – “Light as it falls on the landscape at specific times of day and under specific conditions.” She received her BFA from the Academy of Art College in San Francisco as well as studying color with impressionist master, Henry Hensche. “My use of color is inspired by color relationships perceived under many varied light schemes. Light itself becomes the subject matter and carries the painting.” She is a signature member of the Laguna Plein Air Painters and the Oil Painters of America, and an artist member of the California Art Club.

    Robin Purcell

    409 Triomphe CT, Danville, CA 94506; robin.purcell@gmail.com; http://robinpurcellpaints.blogspot.com/

    California has always been a mythic land of sunshine that stirred my imagination. A fortunate set of influences helped me arrive at my own style of interpreting the California Landscape. I was probably permanently warped by doing paint by numbers as a child. I fell hard for the work of Redmond and Wendt. Their work helped me to see the landscape as shapes. It is easier for me to control hard edges with watercolor while painting outdoors. These factors led me to develop a style that simplifies what I see and organizes it into shimmering patches of color.
    Memberships: Signature Member National Watercolor Society and CaliforniaWatercolor Association, Artist Member California Art Club