Bisbee Plein Air Fest 2019

Paintings from the Bisbee Plein Air Fest in October 2019. Always a nice event! So many great subjects to paint, wonderful history, awesome people. Painted three that I liked. Thank you, Central School Project and everyone who makes this event happen.

Only the mine headframe painting, “What’s Above What’s Below,” is still available!

Each year the authenticating stamp changes to signify that each piece is created on site during the allowed time. I always ask for it on the front of my paper so it’s visible. It’s a fun reminder of which event a piece is created. This year it’s a little bird. 

Bisbee Plein Air Festival 2015

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Clawson Dawn

Enjoyed a fun Bisbee After 5 Plein Air Festival. Earned second prize AND sold the art! I forgot to photograph it before framing. Glass makes photos impossible. Here’s a salvaged version. A moody view down Clawson Ave. at sunrise with street lights on. See the little skeleton in lower left? It’s the stamp to confirm the art was completed during the festival. Usually it’s on the back of a canvas, but I thought it would be fun on front!

 

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Eleven o’Clock, Bisbee

This one is an abandoned shack above our accommodations. Someone had definitely started renovations. A favorite thing about this shack is the satellite dish on the other side of the building!

 

If you are interested in purchasing this or other pieces, please contact me at terrigay@gmail.com.