Plein Air Paint-Out Photos Plein Air Paint-Out Photos September 19, 2016 design.hogan Sign up sheet, plein air event rules and info for the October show. Breakfast and refreshments provided by Tom & Renee Snell of Hawkins House Events. Coffee helps wake the muse. Full coffee spread from Tom & Renee Snell. Breakfast buffet for starving – or just hungry – artists. More yummy things from Tom & Renee. Artists visible from inside Hawkins House. Zach striking an official reporter pose. Carolyn talks about the challenges of lighting and heat with plein air painting. Carolyn Rotter works on her oil painting’s early stages. Beth Bale surveys the view across Hawkins Avenue. Bath shares her side table set up with us. Zach Horner discusses plein air challenges and rewards with Beth Bale. Zach and Beth talk about the challenges of plein air painting. SBPC artists continue to work. Beth Bales nears completion on her first watercolor of the day. First completed piece – Beth Bale’s watercolor of Hawkins House. First completed piece – Beth Bale’s watercolor of Hawkins House. Susan Beal talks with Carolyn Rotter about her work. Carolyn finishing up her first work of the day. Carolyn Rotter holders her first completed oil painting of the day. First two completed works of the event by Beth Bales (left) and Carolyn Rotter (right). Karen Rushatz checks in on Vanya at his Moore Street site. Vanya’s set up outside Sanford Antique Mall. Vanya’s final piece. Vanya Mullinax’s Railroad House. Breakfast and refreshments provided by Tom & Renee Snell of Hawkins House Events. More gorgeous light inside Hawkins House. Gorgeous natural light inside Hawkins House. Beth Bale’s watercolor depicting the Railroad House. Closeup shot of Jeannine’s sketch. Jeannine Reese with her completed watercolor. Jeannine Reese’s beautiful watercolor. Russ Hughes poses with his acrylic painting. Several painters chose to work right outside Hawkins House, Karen contemplating the ever-changing shadows. Karen painting away. Karen Tatum adds in more details on her canvas. Everyone at work before lunch time. Beth Bale proudly shows off her second watercolor of the day. Carolyn proudly holds her second oil painting before heading out after a successful day. Carolyn’s second work of the day – the Hawkins House front porch. Roger carefully paints his canvas. Roger, hard at work. Roger’s completed painting – full of beautiful autumn colors. Roger’s completed acrylic painting. Karen Tatum and her completed acrylic painting. Karen Tatum’s completed acrylic painting. Melinda Spence and her wonderful finished painting. Melinda Spence’s completed acrylic painting. The ever-popular hand painted SBPC bags were on hand.