Techniques of the Hudson River School with Erik Koeppel & Lauren Sansaricq in NH
Course Description:click here!
July 25 – Aug 3, 2013 (10 instructed days)
$1350 (includes park fees, a lecture, and 1 group meal)
Location: Jackson, NH in the White Mountain National Forest
Limited shared lodging (private or shared rooms) available
in rental house (kitchen).
Single room housing is available at local hotels.
Class open, accepting registrations.
Regardless of your level of experience our goal as instructors will be to provide you with a thorough introduction to traditional landscape painting. In this workshop we will attempt to place ourselves in the mindset of the great American Landscape Painters of the 19th Century. By painting in locations actually portrayed by the Hudson River School, we will discover a deeper understanding of how these artists approached the challenge of rendering the landscape before them.
Although we encourage painting, students wishing to learn landscape drawing for the entire ten days are welcome. We will address the following: compositional sketching, light and atmosphere in grisaille, outdoor painting in color. (See attached PDF for full course description and Supply List)
With two instructors we will offer extra personal attention to each student’s individual interests and needs.
See photos of the 2012 workshop at these links:
Final Critique with tons of great Student work
To learn more on the GCA website Click here
Here are some photos from the previous workshop……
last years workshop was wonderful to say the least, it seems that the participants not only learned a tremendous amount but also gained memories and friendships that will last a life time.
looking forward to this summer, and hope to see you there!
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I found your work through the GCA site. Your paintings are stunning! Sounds like a really fun workshop.