Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Final "Wood-stove Critique": All Student Work

  I'm very proud to present all the student work from the 10 day workshop just finished in Jackson, NH. On the last day, each student presented their collection of paintings on my wood-stove to talk about favorites and least favorites, and most importantly how best to proceed as they continue landscape painting. Each stove photo represents a different students work. They got so much done!

Sorry for the bad focus on some of these!

Upcoming Instructional DVD:
Techniques of the Hudson River School Masters with Erik Koeppel

Upcoming Workshop:

Contact me about future workshops erik@erikkoeppel.com

Koeppel Paintings On View:
Wally Findlay Galleries in NYC and Palm Beach (click here)
McColl Fine Art in Charlotte, NC (click here)
The Museum of White Mt. Art at Jackson, NH contact info@jacksonhistory.org to visit
The Banks Gallery in Portsmouth, NH (click here)

Special Exhibitions:
New Hampshire Antiques Co-op (click here)
Landscapes of the White Mountain and Hudson River Schools

2nd Annual Teaching Studios of Art Plein Air Competition Exhibition in Oyster Bay, NY info@teachingstudios.com

Thorne Sagendorph Art Gallery at Keene College in conjunction with Wild Land: Thomas Cole and the Birth of American Landscape Painting
Thank you for reading! 

Erik Koeppel Studio
P.O. Box 325
Jackson, NH 03846

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