September 21, 2023


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Plein air occasion in Lehigh Valley affords free Vasari oil paint – Strains and Colours

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Plein air event in Easton, PA with Vasari paint

Plein air event in Easton, PA with Vasari paint

From now till October 15, 2022, there’s a plein air portray occasion in Easton, PA co-sponsored by the Karl Stirner Arts Path and Vasari Traditional Artist’s Oil Colours, makers of what’s arguably the best handcrafted oil paint accessible.

It is a fledgling occasion, so members have a chance to get in on one thing enjoyable in its early phases. The occasion may be very casual, registration just isn’t required; simply present up and paint anyplace in Easton.

The occasion is centered on the Karl Stirner Arts Path, a path alongside the Bushkill Creek that’s lined with sculpture. I’ve included some pictures of the path above, together with a shot of the paints specified by the Vasari showroom.

In all probability the perfect factor about this occasion is that you would be able to cease by the Vasari workshop and showroom (within the Simon Silk Mill complicated off of N. thirteenth Road) and inventory your palette at no cost with any of Vasari’s intensive number of oil colours!

In the event you like, you possibly can depart your completed work on the Vasari showroom to be displayed throughout October, additionally making them eligible for prizes. (It’s possible you’ll need to contemplate taking a body wired for hanging.)

Vasari can also be offering prizes for the occasion within the type of units of their oil colours. Judging and the awarding of prizes will probably be on Saturday, October fifteenth at 5:00pm.

A buddy and I went up earlier this week, had a good time and are planning to go up once more subsequent Saturday. I exploit Vasari paint repeatedly, however I had a good time attempting out a wide range of colours I won’t have needed to get a complete tube of simply to strive, and discovering new colours I like.

The Vasari workshop and showroom, for which there’s ample free parking, faces one of many entrances to the Karl Stirner Arts Path. The path itself has a separate parking space close by, although it’s pretty small.

Easton is about an hour and a half from the Philadelphia space, and (relying on time of day and visitors) a reasonably simple drive up the turnpike.

(Navigation word: Driving instructions from Google Maps or Waze might point out you’re at their deal with just a little too early; hold going to the parking space on the finish of Simon Blvd and switch left. Google map)

Extra data here.

[Disclaimer: in my role as a website designer, Vasari is a client of mine; but those who know me personally and long time Lines and Colors readers know that I don’t recommend products in which I don’t personally believe.]



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