BOCA RATON, Fla. (PRWEB) February 15, 2018
PleinAir Magazine and Fine Art Connoisseur have appointed Cherie Dawn Haas to take on the role of Online Content Manager for their respective newsletters (PleinAir Today and Fine Art Today) and websites, as well as the Editor position for Artists on Art, a revolutionary digital magazine.
Cherie has worked in the publishing industry since 2000 on a variety of magazines, eventually transitioning to the world of online content and social media. For just over a decade Cherie was a part of the F+W Media Fine Art Community in various positions, including Associate Editor of The Artist’s Magazine and Senior Online Editor of ArtistsNetwork.com and ClothPaperScissors.com. There, she had the pleasure of interviewing internationally known artists, appearing on film with beloved art teachers, and sharing their inspiration with the art community at large.
“I’m thrilled to return to the world of publishing, and especially that of art,” Cherie says. “Creativity is the pulse of my life, and so it’s a dream come true to work with artists and those who celebrate and love the arts as much as I do.”
PleinAir Today brings you the high-level content you have come to expect from PleinAir Magazine while providing you with feature articles, painting tips, artist profiles, and more. Also featuring timely developments and recently announced events, Fine Art Today connects you with news from the art-collecting world. Artists on Art is where master artists and connoisseurs share their ideas and techniques through in-depth, interactive articles.
Published bi-monthly by Streamline Publishing, PleinAir Magazine™ is focused on landscape paintings by historical and contemporary artists, art collections, events, and the process of creating plein air paintings. Beautifully designed with rich reproductions on high-quality paper, PleinAir features the top artists and artworks from around the world.
About Streamline Publishing, Inc.
Streamline Publishing was founded on principles based in the Streamline Moderne design movement of the 1930s, which were about superior aesthetics and design, as well as design-centric efficiency in operations. Founded in 1986, the company is rooted in traditional print publishing of trade and consumer magazines, and has become a true multi-media organization, with numerous digital products and events. The company and its products play a substantial role within two industries: radio/digital radio and the world of art and art collecting. Streamline prides itself on seeking innovative solutions that break traditional molds.
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