En Plein Air

En Plein Air, Detail

The difference between painting in the studio

and painting out-of-doors is like

standing in a bathroom shower

and standing naked in the rain…

in both instances you get wet,

but it is a totally different sensory experience.

En Plein Air is a painting that I am in the process of working on  and look forward to bringing you complete, with a video of its creation, very soon. To see other en plein air artwork that I have painted go to RVJart.com

8 thoughts on “En Plein Air

  1. Chris 05/23/2013 / 11:47 am

    Ah. I seem to have “off which wall?” kinds of thoughts. My first look at this, I said, “it looks like Don Quixote here facing off against the mighty mountain wood.” Maybe it is the head gear on “you.” en Verde Montana a nieve ablandar. (all right this is with No education but a Span/Eng dictionary.)

    • Roger 05/23/2013 / 11:56 am

      Chris, I will agree with the quixotic nature of painting “en plein air” that you portray, but as for “el idioma de Quixote” you are dangerous 🙂

  2. avidseeker 05/23/2013 / 1:51 pm

    Looking forward to the video, Roger.

  3. Kath 05/23/2013 / 4:58 pm

    Hi Roger, I can’t wait to see the video. I love the colors in this piece.
    Hope Nancy is doing well. Give her my love
    see you soon Kath

  4. Whine And Cheers For Wine 05/23/2013 / 9:34 pm

    I too am intrigued by the characters represented in this painting but have to admit Don Quixote did not come to mind. On a different note; I like the new addition of blue hues to your recently posted work. Roger does the blues….

  5. christina cramer 06/21/2013 / 6:19 pm

    Oh here I am finally, I thought that was you with a sun hat on but unfinished. This would make a double perspective of the viewer seeing you seeing what you are painting in the background.

    • Roger Vincent Jasaitis 06/21/2013 / 6:38 pm

      Tina, there was another artist working when I was on site for this painting. I may have made her look like me 🙂
      It was all part of the concept…

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