Friday, August 26, 2016

Two White Mountain Shows this Fall

Erik Koeppel "Mount Washington in Spring" 12 x 20 inches, Oil on panel.
I'll be participating in two exhibitions of White Mountain Art this Fall as follows:

1. The Bethel Historical Society
10 Broad St.
Bethel, ME 04217

"The Painters Perspective: Artists Among the White Hills"
Opening on September 17th @ 10a.m. to coincide with Harvestfest, this White Mountain art exhibition and sale of contemporary landscapes in the Hudson River School tradition will include outstanding paintings by Benjamin Champney, Aaron Draper Shattuck, Delbert Dana Coombs, Edward Hill, Frank H. Shapleigh, Benjamin Tupper Newman, Samuel Colman, Charles E. Beckett, James Thorpe Flaherty, Samuel W. Griggs, Franklin Stanwood, Hippolyte Louis Garnier, Samuel Lancaster Gerry, Lauren Sansaricq, and Erik Koeppel.
The exhibit and sale will continue at the Dr. Moses Mason House, Tuesday thru Friday, from 1 to 4 pm, through October 14.

2. The Jackson Historical Society
23 Black Mountain Rd.
Jackson, NH 03846

"The Jackson Five," Museum exhibition of 5 artists who have or have had their studios in Jackson, NH.This show will be on display in conjunction with the 14th Annual White Mountain Art Show and Sale.

The reception will be Oct. 14th, 2016 at The Jackson Historical Society in the evening (I don't have the hour yet! usually 6p to 9p). Most of the paintings are already at the Society on view, and can be seen through the season.

Here is a preview of some of my paintings from the Jackson show:

Erik Koeppel "Crawford Notch from Mt. Willard" 13 x 20 inches, oil on canvas

Erik Koeppel "Glen Ellis Falls" 23.25 x 19.5 inches. Oil on canvas

Erik Koeppel "The Moat Mountains" 13 x 24 inches. Oil on panel

Here are some of the paintings I'll be including in the Bethel Show:

Erik Koeppel "Chocorua" (in progress) 16 x 26 inches. Oil on canvas

Erik Koeppel "The Presidential Range from the Glen House site" 9 x14 inches Oil on panel 

Erik Koeppel "Mt. Washington Beneath the Cloads" 9 x 16 inches. Oil on panel
Both exhibitions will include beautiful examples of White Mountain painting from the 19th Century as well as contemporary works from myself and Lauren Sansaricq.

Thank you, and I hope we'll see you at one or both of the shows. For inquires I'd be happy to help by email at, or feel free to get in touch with either of the Historical Societies directly.


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