Plein Air Paint Out, part of the temporary Maritime Art Exhibit, will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Harbor History Museum on Harborview Drive.
The exhibit, organized by the Maritime Art Committee, is comprised of various artworks based on a maritime theme.
Everyone will meet at the museum and go to paint a picture on site, said George Milliken, a Maritime Art Committee member.
“Plein Air is a great event,” said Sally Slater, the chair of the Maritime Art Committee.
The event is free but does not include museum admission.
Ted Smith, the executive director of the museum, will pick the winning piece of art at the conclusion of the event. It will hang on the museum lobby wall for as long as the artist would like, museum curator Victoria Blackwell said.