A red farmhouse overgrown with foliage, sailboats resting in the water on a misty morning and a crowd milling about under a red-and-white striped tent at a bluegrass festival. These are just a few of the images plein air painter Charles Dickinson has captured during his various travels along the Eastern Seaboard. “I am primarily a plein air painter, which means I prefer to paint outdoors from life looking directly at my subject,” he says. “I have been painting outdoors for almost 40 years now, and I feel fortunate that I never had to work in another field.”
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