Winter Park Paint Out

April 24th — 30th, 2016: To ben­e­fit the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculp­ture Gar­den

About the Winter Park Paint Out

The Albin Polasek Museum & Sculp­ture Gar­dens will host its eighth Annual Win­ter Park Paint Out dur­ing the last full week of April 2016. Twenty-five pro­fes­sion­ally acclaimed plein air artists will roam across our charm­ing city cap­tur­ing many of your favorite land­scapes and land­marks with oils, water­col­ors and pas­tels.

Plein Air - a French term mean­ing “in the open air” — describes art works painted out­doors with the sub­ject directly in view rather than in a stu­dio. Plein air artists cap­ture the spirit and essence of a land-scape or sub­ject by incor­po­rat­ing nat­ural light, color and move­ment into their works.

Join us for the 2016 Win­ter Park Paint Out. If you’re an art lover, a patron, or just curi­ous to see what the buzz is about, stop by the Polasek Museum to see the lat­est from the 25 artists in action! The museum, sculp­ture gar­dens and gallery will be open FREE to the pub­lic through this excit­ing week-long event. Com­pleted paint­ings will be hung in the gallery’s ‘Wet Room’ imme­di­ately — watch as the week pro­gresses and the gallery fills with plein air art­work. Be sure to visit often to watch the artists work and to pur­chase these one-of-a kind paint­ings the moment they are hung on the wall.

For more infor­ma­tion about the Win­ter Park Paint Out, please call the Museum at 407 – 647-6294 or email us at info@polasek.org.

2016 Poster Image
“Pea­cock” by Natalia Andreeva
Oil on Linen

International Poetry Competition
Click here to visit our companion poetry contest at AllPoetry.com. Poets select a painting created during our event, then respond to that painting with a passage of poetry inspired by the work.

View Poems from 20132014 or 2015

(Click on any logo to visit the sponsor’s web­site)

 

   

 

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This project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program.

 

 

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