Sunday, August 12, 2012

Red Dots Abound At the Hudson River Fellowship Exhibition in Jackson, NH

We were thrilled with the outcome of the recent exhibition at the Jackson Historical Society of the artwork produced at the Hudson River Fellowship in Jackson, NH this summer. It was a full house and I would estimate ten or more works were sold. Thank you so much to the community of Jackson for your support! Learn more in this long article by the conway daily sun, (click and scroll down).

Special thanks to Warren and Leslie Schomaker, the Grand Central Academy, and The Institute of Classical Architecture & A Classical America for all the hard work of bringing this program to Jackson. 

More photos:

I'll post more soon on some of the beautiful places we visited in the White Mountains. Here are links to photos from the workshop taught by Lauren Sansaricq and myself that ran alongside the Fellowship:
(part 1) (part2) (part 3) (demos)

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

Upcoming Workshop:

Contact me about future workshops Particularly if you're interested in drawing or painting in a tiny Romanesque village in France.

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 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

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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