Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Painters in Jail!


Hudson River Fellows at Jail Falls in Grafton Notch.
Special thanks to Randy Bennett of the Bethel Historical Society, for guiding some of the Hudson River Fellows and I to the beautiful Jail Falls in Grafton Notch. This waterfall is one of the finest in the White Mountains, and is very much unknown by tourists today. In the 19th Century, it was highly celebrated for its Beauty and unique geological characteristics.
Erik Koeppel, "Jail Falls" 11 x 14 inches. Oil on panel
Here are some shots of the Hudson River Fellows working there:



My painting with the scene
And some 19th Century postcards courtesy of the Bethel Historical Society:

And a sketch I did of the entrance of Grafton Notch.
Erik Koeppel, Sketch of Old Speck entering Grafton Notch
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Koeppel Paintings On View:
Continually:
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:
Coming in October: Jackson Historical Society and Museum of White Mountain Art Grand Opening Exhibition and Sale. For details  info@jacksonhistory.org We've selected the works for this one. It's going to be a great show.

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

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

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1 comment:

  1. Beautiful painting location! Have not been there myself.

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