Painting outside at Burton Agnes Hall and Gardens

Plein air landscape paintings

Current plein air landscape paintings in oil on canvas panel, available to buy here soon (I'm working on it right now), are shown below. These unique original paintings will often be offered, exclusively, here on this website first, before they're for sale from a gallery, or exhibition.

These original landscapes will be for sale unframed and postage within the UK will be included

My plein air painting schedule (Bottom of this page)

I'll be able to have these paintings framed for UK addresses, for an extra cost that will depend on the size of painting.
I regret I'll be unable to send framed work abroad.

New batches of scenic paintings become available regularly in summer – less frequently in winter, because I'm just not hardy enough to paint outside a lot, when it's cold!

Places I plan to paint en plein air

Updated: 2 Sep 2018

Though it's the end of summer 2018, alas, I've a wish-list of places I hope to paint en plein air before the end of the year. Especially over the remainder of September and October.

All my current plans involve Yorkshire locations. Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens continues to fascinate me and I will paint there, until they close at the end of October. I'm hoping to be in their Courtyard Gallery next year, though it's not confirmed yet. Flamborough Head will get more attention, if the weather permits. Roseberry Topping is also on the list, though I'm waiting for a lighter plein air box to arrive, before I tackle it. Otherwise a 'nice-to-have' is Whitby and/or some painting on the beaches of Bridlington, where the light never fails to get me buzzing …

As the weather gets more wet, windy and cold outside, I'll come out to play a little less, preferring instead the warmth of studio work. So whether I'll get round to every location on my wish-list above before rain effectively stops play, I don't know. The list is in a rough order of likelihood, therefore, that's not cast in stone.

Update: I've booked a week plein air painting up at Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland mid 2019. So excited!

What is a plein air painting?