Hawthorne Fine Art is pleased to announce that Lauren Sansaricq (b.1991) will be featured in an upcoming exhibition of landscape paintings of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Hosted by the Bethel Historical Society in Bethel, Maine, Pictures Serene and Sublime: Traditional White Mountain Art Recaptured will be on view from July 6 through August 31, 2013. The exhibition will include historic paintings inspired by the sublime landscape of the White Mountains, as well as contemporary works by Sansaricq and Erik Koeppel (b.1980). Purchases of works by Sansaricq and Koeppel will benefit the Bethel Historical Society.
Sansaricq, who is represented by Hawthorne Fine Art, paints in the tradition of the nineteenth-century landscape artists of the Hudson River School. Born in Columbia County, New York, Sansaricq was exposed to the beauties of the Hudson River Valley and Catskill Mountains, and studied painting under Thomas Locker. She has been the recipient of the Hudson River Fellowship three times, and has also been awarded the Henrietta Reiss Award. In 2011, Hawthorne Fine Art celebrated Sansaricq’s masterful paintings with a solo show, Nature’s Poetry.