Sunday, September 16, 2012

I'm an Art Renewal Center Living Master

Erik Koeppel, "Mt. Madison" 30 x 48 inches Oil on Canvas

I'm honored that last week the Art Renewal Center declared me a "Living Master".

To check out the new page that they built devoted to my work: CLICK HERE

Also please feel welcome to view my newly updated website:
More to be added soon.


Order here:
Techniques of the Hudson River School Masters with Erik Koeppel

Upcoming Workshops:

Contact me about future workshops or private instruction at Particularly if you're interested in drawing or painting in a tiny Romanesque village in France around Sept. 2013. To see pictures from our last trip to France (click here). Also Subscribe here by email. All workshops will be posted on this blog.

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 to visit
The Banks Gallery in Portsmouth, NH (click here)
 NEW Art Renewal Center Living Master Gallery: (click here)

Special Exhibitions:

Coming October 12th-14th, 2012: Jackson Historical Society and Museum of White Mountain Art Grand Opening Exhibition and Sale. For details The online Catalog will be up soon.

New Hampshire Antiques Co-op (see some works still available)
Landscapes of the White Mountain and Hudson River Schools

Newly Updated Website:
Thank you for reading! 

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





  1. Your work certainly deserves the recognition.
    And I hope it helps foster your career.
    But the Living Master anointment is becoming very, very silly. Sorry it really doesn't mean anything to 99% of us artists and art patrons in fact it is become more of a negative elitist stereotype.

    1. Jerry, thanks for your compliments of my work. I would tend to agree with you that the quality of the artwork itself is much more important than any professional designation. I didn't apply for this award, so I'm not expecting anything. I appreciate your concern.

  2. Congratulations. Hope it furthers your career!