Tuesday, June 28, 2016

One Day Art Exhibit at the Bethel Historical Society

Erik Koeppel "Autumn Light in the Moat Mountains" 14 x 26 inches. Oil on Canvas

White Mountain Art Exhibit
H5390-L77316018On Saturday, July 2, the Society will present a special, one-day-only exhibition of remarkable White Mountain landscapes in conjunction with the Bethel Art Fair. “A Day in the White Mountains” will include some 30 paintings from one of the largest private collections of White Mountain art in the region.  On view will be works by Benjamin Champney, Aaron Draper Shattuck, Delbert Dana Coombs, Edward Hill, Frank H. Shapleigh, Benjamin Tupper Newman, Thaddeus Defrees, Charles E. Beckett, Samuel W. Griggs, Franklin Stanwood, Hippolyte Louis Garnier, Samuel Lancaster Gerry, Lauren Sansaricq, and Erik Koeppel.
Assuming paintings from this private collection are not for sale, but should be a great show for viewing! 

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

History Meets The Arts Show in Gettysburg, PA June 10-12th

Erik Koeppel "Sunset at Gettysburg: 12 x 22 inches Oil on panel

I'll have paintings at the History Meets the Arts Show in Gettysburg, PA this weekend (June 10-12th). Lauren Sansaricq and I will be in attendance, so come say, "Hello."

An article on the show was in American Art Collector magazine as follows:

Here's some information on the show from the web:
The 19th annual History Meets the Arts (HMTA) show will be held at the Gettysburg College Ballroom, June10-12 in historic Gettysburg, PA. Produced by Lord Nelson's Gallery, you'll meet with 35 artists in person during this three day event. Artists include painters,sculptors and traditional 18th century period accoutrement makers, in addition to accomplished historical book authors. The artists represent a wide variety of genres including 18th & 19th century periods, Native American, wildlife, landscape, nostalgic, and more.
This will be your opportunity to see and purchase the latest original paintingsand speak to the artists inperson.You can discover more in depth information aboutone of the attending author's books, or learn how a bronze sculpture is created from the original clay to the completed bronze and all the required foundry work. Then explore contemporary 18th century period accoutrements made by some of the country’s finest artisans. Discover the art in powder horns, porcupine quillwork, hand forged knives, tomahawks, flintlock longrifles, colonial pottery and canvas floorcloths, and more.

Show Hours:
Friday June 10 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
(HMTA Opening Night Preview Party - This is a ticketed event: see below for details)
Saturday June 11 10:00 am to 6:00 pm (Free admittance)
Sunday June 12 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (Free admittance)
(Artists are not scheduled until noon on Sunday. The venue itself will be open at 10:00 am)

(A suggested $5.00 one time donation will be asked of attendees for entance to HMTA to benefit "PINK OUT" - a local benefit fund for women cancer survivors)

And here are some more paintings of mine that will be at the show:

Erik Koeppel "Dream Lake: Storm in the Rockies" 25 x 30 in. Oil on Canvas

Erik Koeppel "The Yosemite Valley" 16 x 24 in. Oil on Canvas

Erik Koeppel "Hallett Peak" 18 x 30 inches Oil on Canvas
...and several others.

See you at the show!

Also, my second DVD on the Techniques of the Hudson River School has just been released:

Techniques of the Hudson River School Masters II with Erik Koeppel


Erik Koeppel - Techniques of the Hudson River School Masters 2

Uncover The Centuries-Old, Once-Lost Painting Techniques Used By The Hudson River School Masters