18 day Artist trip to The Catskills , The Adirondacks , NYC and Gettysburg

I just returned home from a wonderful trip to The Catskills , The Adirondacks , NYC and Gettysburg with my partner Erik Koeppel. The first stop was NYC , where I taught a plein air workshop in Central Park ,  through The Grand Central Atelier.  Here is a photo of the class at Gapstow Bridge , which is such a beautiful spot. The class was actually full with 12 students! 13332976_10153564815477124_8352970577764619813_n

Here I am working on my demo painting from the workshop , I always like to have my drawing on had has you can see.IMG_3918

We then headed down to Gettysburg P.A. we we both participated in The History Meets The Arts Show. Here is some of my work from the show:

Early Morning on the Hudson River 12 x 18in. oil on panel

“Early Morning on The Hudson River” 12 x 18 in.  Sold

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“On the Beaten Path” 11 x 14in.

Scene of Sunset

“Scene of Sunset” 6 x 11 in.   Sold

Le Lever De La Lune 16 x 20 in. oil on panel ARC

“Le lever de la lune” 16 x 20 in.

Here are some photos of the event.

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After Gettysburg , we then journeyed to one of our favorite places in the world , The Clove in The Catskill mountains. These mountains were home to one of the best movements in landscape painting , The Hudson River School. Their is nothing like visiting the same spots that Thomas Cole , Sanford Gifford , and Asher B Durand had spent time painting.

This time we were fortunate to paint at Artist’s Seat in Onteora Park, Inspiration Point ,  Twilght Park and Kaaterskill Falls. Below is a photo of  all of my paintings made on the trip, all works in progress of course.

Next we went to The Adirondacks! To attend Eric Rhoad’s The Publishers Invitational. Here are some photos from there. 13428007_1131444613580946_1414920297036196599_n

There i am working in the lower left corner, what beautiful landscape.

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Here I am working on my little painting.

And here is all the Plein Air Invitational Attendees!

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We had a ball ! Another fun productive trip. Stay tuned for the finished works….

“Taking the Lead , Women and the White Mountains”

I am so honored to have one of my paintings in the show ‘Taking the Lead , Women and the White Mountains’ at The Museum of the White Mountains , at Plymouth State University. Here are some photos from the opening. The show will be up all summer and into Oct. view the wonderful works of the Historic women artists of the white mountains , and of contemporary painters like myself.

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Me in front of my painting !

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So happy to see this Sophia Towne Darrah! I have always loved this painting!

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Beautiful period clothing on display as well

 

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Beautiful Historic White Mountain Painting!

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Beautiful Historic White Mountain Painting!

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Beautiful Historic White Mountain Painting!

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This is such a beautiful historic watercolor, I was excited to find that this painting is of the same spot as the painting I have in the show Crawford Notch!

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Another beautiful historic painting !

“Principals of Studio Landscape painting” Workshop in NYC

Here are some photos from my workshop at the Grand Central Atelier. I had such a wonderful time ! The photos taken are of my demo painting done in two short sitting:

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GCA Workshop painting finished The last image is the painting after the glazing stage.

New White Mount Landscapes at Upcoming Boston International Fine Arts Show!

Sansaricq_Moonlight over Mount Chocorua_09_13“Mount Chocorua by Moonlight” 9.5x14in. oil on panel

Once again this year, Hawthorne Fine Art will be showing some of my latest White Mountain Paintings at the upcoming International Fine Arts Show in Boston.  This should be a wonderful event to attend , and Hawthorne Fine Art has been gracious enough offer entry passes to anyone seriously interested in attending this event and can be contacted at info@hawthornefineart.com below are the works to be at show:

view-of-the-mt-washington-valley-2012“View of Mount Washington Valley” 8 1/4 x15 1/4 in. oil on panel

snow-scene-in-jackson-n-h-2011-ls-unframed“Snow Scene in Jackson N.H.” 4×6 1/4 oil on panel

view-of-madison-from-the-androscoggin-river-lauren-sansaricq-edited      “Mount Madison from the Androscoggin River” 7 1/2 14in.  oil on panel

“Mount Chocorua” 14 1/2 x 24in. oil on panel

Veiw of Mt. Washington on the Saco River near North Conway_laurensansaricq_oil on panel“Mount Washington on the Saco River” 10x16in. oil on panel

smaller mt. chocorua_5x12in._oil on panel“Chocorua in Daylight” 5x12in oil on panel

The show will take place Friday, November 22 through Sunday the 24th at the Cyclorama: Boston’s Center for the Arts at 539 Tremont Street, additional details available on this link: http://fineartboston.com/.

Also be sure to remember that Hawthorne Fine Art’s booth is #26!

Hope to see you there!