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The Art League Plein Air Painters on Patch

The Art League plein air painting group
Meg Walsh painting at River Farm. Photo by Ruth Baja Williams.

Last month, The Art League Plein Air Painters met at River Farm for a day of painting chronicled in this great post by Ruth Baja Williams on Patch. Read her write-up for an idea of what they do — it’s an informally organized group, started last year, that makes occasional outings to paint together. You can email Jean Schwartz at jksland@cox.net if you’d like to join them!

As Ruth noted, fall term classes start this month. You can search the catalog for a variety of landscape and other painting classes to take, including this Plein Air and Paper class taught by Bobbi Pratte starting September 22. Outside with a sketchbook — not a bad way to spend your Saturday mornings this fall!

Bobbi Pratte painting
Art League instructor Bobbi Pratte painting at River Farm. Photo by Ruth Baja Williams.
Bobbi Pratte's painting
Bobbi Pratte’s finished painting, “Bananas at River Farm.”

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