Yes You Can Paint TV Show

The TV Show ‘Yes You Can Paint‘ started in March 2013 and is designed to teach you the steps through a variety of painting projects.

Many of the shows feature presenter Sue Moore sharing with you more details about the actual locations being painted. It is our belief that the best way to learn to paint is to paint from actual real life subjects.


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TV Schedule

Currently ‘Yes You Can Paint‘ is being broadcast on:

– C31 Melbourne & Geelong (Series 1) – Monday 3:30pm, Friday 9:00am

–  Adelaide, Perth, Sydney & Brisbane to commence shortly

Each episode of ‘Yes You Can Paint’ goes for 24 minutes. The actual painting can take anywhere from 1 hour to 2 1/2 hours. As a result there is only so much of the actual painting that we can show you in the TV episodes.

You can however get access to the full length version of each episode of the show.

Members of the DVD of Month Club get the full length version of every episode to download from the members area. Also once a month members receive a DVD in the post featuring the full length version of one of the episodes.

Plein Air Painting TV

en Plein Air is a French term which refers to being on location, or in the open air.

In September 2011 we developed a concept for a TV program titled “Plein Air Painting TV”. We approached a TV station with the idea and they loved it.

The first step was to create a pilot episode of the show. We found a terrific camera guy to work with in the development of the show and went out and filmed the pilot armed with nothing more than an idea and lots of enthusiasm.


Long story short it turned into a 13 episode series broadcast nationally around Australia on prime time TV.

Episode 1

Episode 2

Episode 3

Behind the scenes …

We are now in planning for the second series of Plein Air Painting TV. Stay tuned for details.