When you paint or draw outside, remember that passersby may pause to look at what you’re creating – especially if you are set up with an easel. This can be awkward for some artists who prefer to work in the privacy of an indoor studio. Changing your painting environment can help refresh your mind and reinvigorate your creativity. Working outdoors allows you to breathe fresh air, hear the chirping of birds and feel the wind on your face. When you paint outside, you remove the safety net of being inside an enclosed space, which helps expand your awareness. However, if you are open to friendly conversation with those who stop to comment on your work, you may wind up with a new collector or a new fan! www.segmation.com hopes you enjoy our articles!