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Above:High Trees, oil on panel, 28 x 21", 2015. This painting is available in the Burchfield Penney Art Center's Live Auction to be held Sept. 19 at their annual Gala."Next to the beach on Lake Ontario, the most vivid memory I have of being a boy was my long walk after school each day back from my busstop to my home. It was down a narror road that wound its way under a soaring cathedral of towering overhead trees. When the lake afternoon sun hit the branches the whole scene shimmered with life."


Slide talk by Philip Koch about his 15 residencies in Edward Hopper's  Truro, MA studio. Cape Cod Museum of Art, Dennis, MA, Thursday, Sept. 3, 3 p.m.

Summerscapes, a three artist exhibition at Nichols Gallery in Barboursville, VA features paintings by Philip Koch through August.

 

The Burchfield Penney Art Center, one of the two major art museums in Buffalo, NY, has named Philip Koch to be their Artist-In-Residence for 2015-16. Burchfield Penney's press release

Philip Koch cited in the July issue of DownEast magazine in the article Our Hopper by David Millward.

Link to the article


   Updated August 25, 2015

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Above:High Trees, oil on panel, 28 x 21", 2015. This painting is available in the Burchfield Penney Art Center's Live Auction to be held Sept. 19 at their annual Gala."Next to the beach on Lake Ontario, the most vivid memory I have of being a boy was my long walk after school each day back from my busstop to my home. It was down a narror road that wound its way under a soaring cathedral of towering overhead trees. When the lake afternoon sun hit the branches the whole scene shimmered with life."


Slide talk by Philip Koch about his 15 residencies in Edward Hopper's  Truro, MA studio. Cape Cod Museum of Art, Dennis, MA, Thursday, Sept. 3, 3 p.m.

Summerscapes, a three artist exhibition at Nichols Gallery in Barboursville, VA features paintings by Philip Koch through August.

 

The Burchfield Penney Art Center, one of the two major art museums in Buffalo, NY, has named Philip Koch to be their Artist-In-Residence for 2015-16. Burchfield Penney's press release

Philip Koch cited in the July issue of DownEast magazine in the article Our Hopper by David Millward.

Link to the article


   Updated August 25, 2015