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Keeseville Plein Air Digital Coffee Table Book

Like so many events planned for 2020, the Keeseville Plein Air Festival was cancelled due to COVID-19. In lieu of this year’s live festival, we are revisiting some of the stunning artwork created during the first three years of the event, and have collected high-resolution photos of selected works for a book, thanks to the overwhelming response from the many talented artists who have participated in past festivals. You can page through the digital version here or by clicking the image below.

 

A print copy will be available to purchase in the coming weeks – sign up to receive an alert when ordering begins!

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