Artist Plein Air Painters of the Bluegrass

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-To encourage the practice and development of plein air painting in the Central Kentucky area.
-To promote camaraderie among artists.
-To initiate and support shows and sales by members who do plein air painting.
-To obtain, develop and share expertise in plein air painting for all members.
-To provide opportunities for members to paint, socialize and publicize their skills and works.
How We Work
-Scheduled paint-outs, shows and other activities are shown on the calendar on our web site (papb.info/events).
-The group meets in the early spring each year to plan the paint-outs and other activities for the year. Many activities have a contact person responsible for obtaining needed permission for the site, the decision to proceed/cancel due to weather conditions, sending out reminder emails a week in advance with directions and start time, attending the paint-out and insuring the locale is left as it was before we arrived.
-Members communicate via email from our Google Group page "groups.google.com/g/papb"
They send messages to all members with the address "[email protected]" in the email "to" address line. New members are added by the administrators of the group. 
- In addition, members may telephone or otherwise email one another and arrange painting trips at any time "PopUp Paint Outs".
-Members are responsible for their artistic development and marketing their works.
-The public – Any painter is welcome to come to paint-outs. In only a few cases, where only a limited number of painters can be accommodated, members will have priority. Painters and Members are notified by the paint-out contact approximately one week in advance of upcoming paint-outs. If you would like to be on the mailing list, email Dan McGrath at [email protected]
-Members – Dues are $40 per year, payable by April 1st each year. Make checks payable to ” Plein Aire Painters of the Bluegrass” and mail to:
Ann N. Bass, 1212 Indian Mound Drive, Lexington, [...]

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