Techniques of the Hudson River School Masters Fully Explained And Demonstrated!
The Hudson River School Masters were renowned for their impressive ability to capture the beauty, grandeur, and untamed wilderness of the rugged early-American landscape.
Centuries later, their art still evokes a sense of awe and appreciation for the natural world, easily recognizable and unique in its own right.
Now, you have the opportunity to learn the same techniques the Hudson River School Masters used…
…and create paintings that preserve America’s rich history.
Times are changing.
Technology is moving faster and it’s getting more difficult to keep up.
What we’re familiar with is slowly disappearing…
…but as artists, you have the power and skill to save the memories that built America.
By using your painting creativity, you can play a part in history.
The techniques in this video course will ensure that you have the right skills and insight to paint America’s majestic mountains and tangled forests — a tradition that was celebrated by The Hudson River School Masters.
Come and join Erik Koeppel as he demonstrates some of the finest oil painting techniques originating from the Masters of the Hudson River School.
Meet Your Instructor, Erik Koeppel!
Erik Koeppel is not like any other traditional landscape painter…
He may be young, but he is widely recognized as the leader in the revival of both the techniques and the philosophy of the Hudson River School Masters.
He has dedicated over a decade to studying the Hudson River School Masters — researching their writings and notes, and discovering how they captured the feel of nature in their paintings.
Students from all over the world fly to Erik’s workshops, which are often limited to only a few lucky artists.
Thanks to this best-selling video course, you now can study these techniques and understand the rich history through Erik’s unique observations.
Before you know it, you too will have the insight to paint like the masters!
This video workshop starts with a demonstration and discussion on sketching your composition, understanding what is important to leave in and what is equally important to take out. We then join Erik on location to do an outdoor "plein air" oil sketch, focusing on a separate study to unravel the complexity of painting trees at sunset.
We then take you into the studio for hours of enjoyment and story-telling, detailing the rich history of the Hudson River School Masters and demonstrating the glazing techniques of the Hudson River School Masters.
These elements come together to create an in-depth studio painting with you enjoying a birds-eye view of every step, enhanced by Erik’s expert instruction and insightful commentary.
Then PleinAir Magazine publisher B. Eric Rhoads conducts an in-depth interview with Koeppel so you can understand the thinking behind his artwork and technique. We also show you an exhibition of some of his most inspired paintings.
Unlock the secrets of the Hudson River School Masters and discover:
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