Over the course of her career Bethanne Cople has received many honors. She received the “Award of Excellence” at the Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters annual exhibit, Jackson Hole, Wyoming; the “Dick Bell Bookmaven” Award of Excellence, American Impressionist Society, Annual National Exhibit; American Impressionist Society Honorable Mention Annual National Exhibit; “People’s Choice Award”; and twice won “Best Pastoral”, at the Plein Air-Easton Invitational Easton, Maryland. She also received “Honorable Mention” at the Eleventh and Fifteenth Annual Plein Air Invitational, Carmel, California; and “Best Traditional Painting,” 107th and 113thAnnual Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Open Exhibition, National Arts Club, New York City. She was also honored to have her painting “White Barn, Cool River” on the set of the USA TV series, “Necessary Roughness”, and had several paintings in the major motion picture “Vice”. She was also voted an “artist to watch” by Southwest Art Magazine landscape edition. Bethanne is a past President and Master Signature Member of American Women Artists, Current Signature Member of the American Impressionist Society, Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club and the Washington Society of Landscape Painters. She is also a former Board member of The Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters. Bethanne’s work has been shown in museums and exhibits. Her paintings, offered by exclusive galleries, are found in both public and private collections around the world.