Tuesday, October 25, 2011

White Mountain Art Show, New Hampshire

Erik Koeppel, "Jackson Village" 10 x 16 inches, oil on panel, Collection of the Jackson Historical Society

I was invited to take part in the Jackson Historical Society's annual White Mountain Art Show and Sale where my work hangs beside the 19th Century Landscape painters of this region (many of whom were also well known Hudson River School Painters). For more information on the artistic history of the White Mountains of New Hampshire check out http://www.whitemountainart.com/. Gifford, Durand, Cole, and the rest all painted in this beautiful region. This small town show consigns work from some very fine collections of historic White Mt. art, and has seen and sold the likes of William Trost Richards, Alfred Thompson Bricher, Benjamin Champney, and William Hart. Here are some of the historic highlights (in my opinion) this year:

William Hart

Joseph Hekking

Benjamin Champney

Here are some of the paintings I have at the show:

Erik Koeppel, "Doublehead from Whitney Hill", 10 x 16 inches, oil on canvas

Erik Koeppel, "View from the Ellis River" 11 x 14 inches, oil on panel

Erik Koeppel, "Mt. Chocorua from Blackcap" 12 x 16 inches, oil on panel

Erik Koeppel, "Pine of Jackson Falls", 14 x 11 inches, oil on panel
Before the Show

For more information please see the Society's website: http://www.jacksonhistory.org/ 
Thank you for your interest. More studies from this summer are on the way.

1 comment:

  1. WoW!! Erik, your paintings are gorgeous!
    Hope you have a sellout show.