An announcement from the museum states students will explore the French tradition of painting outdoors, or en plein air painting.
The second of three camps offered by the museum, "In the
Classes will take place on the lawn of the John Hampden Smith House,
The art museum will host an en plein air event in September, the Buffalo Paint-Out competition.
En plein air, Hood said, is a tradition from the past that has become popular all over the world.
Outdoor painting events are just a "quick expression of what you're seeing," said Hood.
The style offers "a little perspective of what we view" and the painting style is embraced by many professional artists, she said.
According to Hood, approximately half of the camp's spots are reserved for participants from community service organizations before the remaining tickets are open to the general public.
Selected works from the camp will be chosen for display in the museum's
According to the announcement, morning camp sessions are scheduled from
The free camp program, sponsored by
To register for "In the
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