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4th Annual Prescott Plein Air Festival Celebrates “Art in the Pines”

prescott news – From August 24 to 27, 2023, 16 professional plein air artists from Arizona, with a jury, will participate in Prescott’s exhibition during an exhibit at the Yavapai University Prescott Art Gallery and Highlands Natural History Center. I draw pictures of the history and architectural beauty of beautiful forests, lakesides and downtowns. Art in the Pines: 4th Annual Prescott Plain Air Festival. ”

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Artists can be seen painting throughout Yavapai County, and the public can observe and participate in the artists as they create their work in select accessible demonstration venues, free of charge.

The Plain Air Festival pre-event begins August 10 at the Yavapai University Prescott Art Gallery with an exhibition and sale of artists’ studio work. The pre-event exhibition will run from August 10th through August. The Gallery will host a complimentary opening reception on Saturday, August 12th from 5-7pm. The pre-event exhibition will also host an online auction of paintings donated by each participating artist. The auction will begin on August 10th through an online website and is scheduled to end on August 20th, with proceeds from the auction going towards scholarships and art prizes for visual arts students at Yavapai University.

The festival will take place on Sunday, August 27 with a ticketed public reception from 1:30-4:30 p.m. at the Jim and Linda Lee Performing Arts Center at Yavapai University and the Prescott Art Gallery at Yavapai University. And the art sale will be held and it will end. A local restaurant, El Gato Azul, has a cash bar and also offers the opportunity to visit with the artist and purchase unique paintings directly from the artist.

Featured Artists include Carol Bennerley, Betty Carr, Cindy Carrillo, Tom Connor, Priya Drews, Lydia Gazzo, Terry Gay, Russell Johnson, Kathy Krieger, Gretchen Lopez and Beth Oklaw Includes Ski, Ken Ottinger, Dorothy Rae, Eric Slayton, Dawn Sutherland, and Johnny. Tanner.

Renowned artists Betty Carr and Dawn Sutherland will lead artist workshops in the months leading up to the festival. During a children’s summer camp at the Highlands Natural History Center, campers participate in outdoor light activities. The Yavapai University Prescott Art Gallery will open during a performance at the Jim and Linda Lee Performing Arts Center.

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