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Takeyce Walter StudioArtistsRound Lake, NY, United StatesTakeyce Walter is a contemporary American painter (born 1980, Jamaica), and art instructor living and working in beautiful upstate New York. Driven to create from an early age, Walter has been producing art for as long as she can remember. Currently, her focus has been on the natural landscape of the Northeast. Walter’s paintings present that landscape in all its glory – flowing rivers, majestic skies, and picturesque lakes.
Fine Art by Ingrid Van SlykeArtists114 Polarity Way, Lake Placid NY 112946Living in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York, allows me to see the constant changing of seasons with all the colors and shapes that belong to nature. Whether it is pink sunsets on the mountain ranges, the grey early morning mists on the lakes or the blue shadows cast on snow. It is all compositions and shapes, light and dark waiting to be painted. Working primarily in pastel allows me to draw and paint simultaneously.
Summerland Music SocietyMusicPO Box 2378, Glens Falls, NY 12801Summerland Music Society was founded in 2010 by pianist Carol Minor and clarinetist/conductor Christopher Bush. This freshly conceived chamber music series is intent on enriching the cultural landscape of the Adirondacks by presenting concerts that combine the traditional classical repertoire with modern gems. We collaborate with internationally recognized guest artists, some familiar to North Country audiences and others performing in the area for the first time. We encourage local music lovers and seasonal visitors alike to “come as they are" to hear lively and engaging programs that are anything but stuffy.
Linda Eastman PhotographyPhotographers14 North Main St, Broadalbin NY 12025Linda E. Eastman combines a love of nature and photography to create unique Fine Art prints of flowers, animals, and nature scenes.
Artist Linda BiggersArtists6 East Finch St, Broadalbin NY 12025As long as I can remember, art has been an important part of my life. As a child, I spent every spare minute drawing or painting. For years, I dabbled in photography, painting, sculpture and a huge variety of crafts and worked as a graphic designer for 18 years. In 1998, I discovered eggshell and mixed media mosaic. Mosaic became my medium of choice. With the use of glass, eggshell, natural stone and slate, I am able to create works with the color and intense drama that I enjoy. I love texture, brilliant colors and creating pieces that will evoke feelings and emotions to the viewer.
Saunders Gallery of Fine ArtGalleries71 Lawrence St Ste 105, Glens Falls, NY 12801The Saunders Gallery of Fine Art is located at the Historic Shirt Factory in Glens Falls, NY. Specializing in Fine Custom Picture Framing, with a professional service no other can match in the region. The gallery hosts several regional artists. You will find original works in oils, acrylic, limited edition etchings, one of kind, contemporary Adirondack furniture and fine art gifts made by local artists.
Diane Cubit ArtistArtists717 4th Ave, Troy, NY 12182, United States Artist Bio My artwork is the visual expression of my traditional Abenaki upbringing. While the medium and format are not always a traditional First Nations craft, the color, the form, and sometimes the subject will always contain traditional meanings.I am a tribal member of the Abenaki First Nation at Odanak, Canada. I am the eldest great granddaughter of Mathilde Benedict DeGonzague, an Abenaki basket maker from Odanak, Canada, and descendent of Sabael Benedict of Adirondack lore.
Lake Placid SinfoniettaMusicPO Box 1303, Lake Placid NY 12946The Lake Placid Sinfonietta is a professional chamber orchestra of twenty musicians from larger orchestras and university faculties accross the country. From it's inception in 1917 to the present day, it has provided excellence in live classical performance to the heart of the Adirondacks.
Christine Dekkers DesignArtists288 Oseetah Way, Saranac Lake, NY 12983Photography since a child, Oils and Acrylics since 1987, Digital Art since 2008, Watercolor 2013 Christine Dekkers was born in Peoria IL. She lived in New England, Pittsburgh, Austin TX and Chicago she now spends her time between SW Florida and NY.
Photographer Kelly SwenoPhotographers810 New York Ave, Ogdensburg, NY 13669My name is Kelly. I am a recent graduate of SUNY Canton with a Bachelor's Degree in Graphic and Multimedia Design. I graduated with High Honors and a GPA of 3.66. My education was well-rounded with work in a little bit over everything. I had courses dealing with hands-on graphic design, computer graphic design, website design, and some coding. I spent a semester interning in the Public Relations office at SUNY Canton where I designed posters, edited newsletters, and assisted on photo and video shoots.
The Violet Fern Art Studio and GardenArtists619 Theresa St, Clayton, NY 13624Hi, I'm Kathy, artist and master gardener with a passion for waterCOLOR, wildlife/habitat gardening, plant-based (Vegan) food, and all things "earthy." My artwork is a fusion of texture and color envisioned in nature — tangle of leaves, bark of a tree, birds of a feather, scales of insect, flesh of fruit or vegetable — and in objects with history — old fishing lures, rusty boats, worn copper pots. The Violet Fern Art Studio and Garden officially opened in October of 2016. It is a homespun "grass roots gallery" surrounded by my gardens tucked away in the small Village of Clayton, NY along the St. Lawrence River. Fine art originals and prints framed and unframed, greeting cards, pillows, tote bags are for sale as well as plants and seeds for the garden. Personal garden tours are also given when in season.
The Heron Marsh GalleryGalleries8023, NYS Route 30 Paul Smiths, NY 12970The Paul Smith College VIC offers two beautiful art exhibition spaces with rotating shows. Exhibits are available for viewing in the VIC building during open business hours. Admission is free.
Ogdensburg Command PerformancesTheatre1100 State Street, Ogdensburg NY 13669In 1963 eight inspired citizens determined that the Performing Arts should be brought to the North Country. The spirit of these civic-minded individuals, was in no way dimmed by their lack of fiscal resources. Energy plus enthusiasm were the key ingredients that contributed to the early success of Ogdensburg Community Players.
Leslie Bender ArtistArtists8 Da Vinci Way, New Paltz, NY 12561My paintings and drawings address the construct of the mind and how it interprets social experience. We are affected by reams of delusion we are only dimly aware exist. The thrall of the past subverts our objectivity, creating a seething, theatrical confluence of imaginings that beleaguer us and transmute our objectivity. By manipulating formal paint qualities, overlapping and interrupting representational imagery with density, layering, intensity, light and darkness, I create a visual tapestry that evokes the effect old emotional content and past illusions have on our current perceptions.
Hamilton Center for the ArtsArt Centers20 Broad Street, Hamilton NY 13346The Hamilton Center for the Arts is dedicated to providing to all our community-children, teens, and adults-art enrichment through classes, programs, performances and exhibits. Through the expression of diverse thoughts, ideas and beliefs, we may grow to better understand ourselves and each other.
North of Adirondacks Artists GalleryGalleries465 East Main Street, Malone, NY, United StatesNorth of Adirondack Artists Gallery opened its doors on September 14, 2013. Since that day, NOAAG has added a new vitality to Malone. The two artists who partnered to open the art gallery are Jeanne Danforth and Julia Holmes. They wanted to set up a place where artists of the rural North Country of Upstate New York could display their art in a regular gallery setting.
The New York State Old Thyme Fiddlers' AssociationMusic1121 Comins Rd, Redfield, Osceola, NY, United StatesEarly in 1973, an handful of fiddlers and friends within the Adirondack foothills of Central New York state got together for the very first time for the “Fiddlers’ Picnic” By the summer of 1975, the picnic had grown to tremendous proportions and had settled itself permanently in Osceola, New York. The group of founders had also grown and had become the New York State Old Tyme Fiddlers’ Association, which in the spring of 1977 became incorporated.
LPCA Main Street GalleryGalleries2524 Main St, Lake Placid, NY, United StatesStop in and visit the LPCA Main Street Gallery Store and Ticket Center located at 2524 Main Street (between Soulshine Bagel and Delta Blue). We're featuring works for sale from local artists, photographers, jewelers and more! Want to browse our schedule and purchase tickets to an event? We can do that too!
Adirondack Interpretive CenterArt Centers5922 State Route 28N, Newcomb, New York, United StatesThe Adirondack Interpretive Center (AIC) is part of SUNY ESF's Newcomb Campus and serves thousands of visitors, local residents and program participants each year, offering outstanding learning opportunities in the heart of the Adirondack Park – New York’s unique natural, cultural and recreational resource.
Indian Lake TheaterTheatre13 East Main Street, Indian Lake, NY 12842, United StatesTHE DOWNTOWN MOVIE HOUSE is gone from most small towns across the country. But in Indian Lake, New York—population 1,400—an historic theater began a new life thanks to the spirited efforts of the surrounding community.
NCA At The Shirt FactoryGalleries71 Lawrence Street Glens Falls NY 12801
Second Floor Gallery at City HallGalleries42 Ridge Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801, United StatesThe 2nd Floor Gallery is generously provided by the City of Glens Falls. NCA manages the Gallery, which is available to local artists year round. Exhibits are changed on a monthly basis. Admission is free. Wheelchair access. Large groups welcomed. Gallery Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 am-4 pm (Closed on weekends and holidays)
Don Cooper's ArtArtists327 Baldwin Rd, Amsterdam, NY 12010, United StatesDon Cooper returned to art after a long design career to visually express his experiences as a community hospice volunteer. He now creates themed illustrations that tell a story, the traditional role for visual art. His newest series is "Memories" where Cooper illustrates childhood memories, incorporating in each image the neurons that let us form memories.
Ottos AbodeGalleries6 Hamele Street, Wanakena, NY 13695, United StatesGateway to the Wilderness is an ongoing open-call collaborative project interested in intersections between contemporary art practices and the geological, ecological, and political Identity, formation and management of the Adirondack Mountain Region with Otto’s Abode acting as headquarters. The project aims to foster, create, exhibit and document permanent, ephemeral, individual and collaborative work in, with, and around Otto’s Abode.
The Orchestra of Northern New YorkMusicPO Box 488 Potsdam NY 13676The Orchestra of Northern New York was founded by Music Director and Conductor Kenneth Andrews in 1988. Now in its twenty-eighth season, the Orchestra’s mission seeks to enrich the quality of life in northern New York through live performances of orchestral music by outstanding musicians and to emphasize the engagement of area youth in the appreciation of music. ONNY is the only professional symphony orchestra from Rochester to Burlington and Syracuse to Ottawa.
Storm Tree StudioArtists7 Kenakwar Lane, North Hudson, NY 12855, United StatesSpecializing in Pen&Ink, Pen&Ink and Wash,Etchings, Gyotaku, Oils, Colored Pencil, Photoshop and Illustrator, Digital Hybrids
Elizabeth Coyne ArtistArtists65 Hedges Road, Cambridge, NY 12816, United StatesElizabeth Coyne was born in Minnesota, raised in California, Canada and Indiana, before moving to New York in the early 1980’s. Ms. Coyne had numerous exhibitions in New York during the 80's and 90's. She has been a working artist for more than 30 years. She has Masters of Fine Arts in painting from the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York, a B.A. in fine arts from Purdue University and has studied and lectured at the Art Institute of Chicago.
North Main GalleryGalleries196 North Main Street, Salem, NY 12865, United StatesContemporary Art in Salem, New York
Cyndy BarboneArtists168 Main St, Greenwich, NY 12834, United StatesAs my work has developed over the years, I have continually used the duality of the hidden and exposed to explore a physical and emotion sense of place. My sources are derived from immediate surroundings, travels and my own body as self-portrait.
Gallery 668Galleries668 Cambridge Battenville Road, Greenwich, NY 12834, United StatesOur story begins with the founder of Gallery 668, Solange Batsell Herter. In the late 1970's she opened Saratoga's first gallery exhibiting primarily sporting art. The success of these first venues led to the idea of creating a larger exhibit space in the two 19th century barns and silo located at her Battenville residence.
Whiting StudioStudios105 Holmes Road, Argyle, NY 12809, United StatesIn 2012 artists Robert Whiting and Susan Bayard Whiting decided that it was time to build the studio/gallery they had always dreamed about. The timber frame addition with a loft and 27 foot cathedral ceilings is connected to their existing home in North Argyle. It serves as not only their personal studio but the site for a biannual event, A Barn Full of Art, which is an Invitational Art Exhibition.
Collar WorksGalleries621 River Street, Troy NY 12180Collar Works is a non-profit art space located at 621 River St. in Troy, NY dedicated to the support of emerging and under represented artists, working in any media, exhibiting challenging and culturally relevant contemporary artworks. Striving to expand the current art vernacular in New York’s capital region, Collar Works provides a venue for community dialogue focused on serious, provocative and spirited artworks.
The Lake Placid-North Elba Historical SocietyMuseums242 Station Street, Lake Placid, NY 12946The Lake Placid-North Elba Historical Society (the Society) is a membership organization created in 1948 for the purpose of documenting the history of the Village of Lake Placid and the Town of North Elba. In 1967 two patrons of the Society purchased the Train Station from the Penn Central Railroad Corporation, which had ceased both passenger and freight operations into Lake Placid. The Station was given to the Society in order to provide a permanent home for the organization as well as to create a museum. The Society is a 501C3 organization, and is chartered by the New York State Board of Regents.
Ann Fitzgibbons StudioArtists1032 Beadle Hill Road, Easton, NY 12154Set beneath silver maples, my studio looks upon the Green Mountains. It's a quiet, peaceful place from which I create both Icons and paintings.
Clarence King StudioArtists21 Filmore Lane, Buskirk, NY 12028Clarence King recently began focusing his work on landscape and still life oil paintings. His landscape works emphasize the formal and emotional potential of each scene, which eloquently highlight the evocative possibilities of the ever-changing seasons and weather. Focusing on specific sites in upstate New York and southern Vermont, King’s landscapes demonstrate a command of light and texture that offer a sense of serenity to the viewer. The still life paintings are grounded in the fundamental elements of the genre, and depict a few objects arranged on a table through the rendering of form, light, shadow, and reflection. In his still life paintings, common objects are elevated from the mundane by intense scrutiny and careful composition.
Don Wynn StudioArtists3013 State Route 22, Cambridge NY 12816Born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1942, Don Wynn has a BFA from Pratt Institute and an MFA from Indiana University. He has been a Visiting Artist at many universities and institutions, including Yale University and the Art Institute of Chicago, and has received awards from the Elizabeth T. Greenshields Memorial Foundation, Montreal; the Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown; and the New York State CAPS Program.
Varosy StudiosArtists5122 North Road Greenwich, NY 12834Born in Szombathely, Hungary, I came to the USA as a refugee in 1957, settling in Buffalo, NY. After receiving Architectural degrees from Pratt Institute and Harvard University, I received a Fulbright Fellowship to study at Technische Hochschule, Stuttgart, Germany. Settling in New York City, I worked in architecture focused on public housing and community development with various firms. At the same time, I wanted to pursue a more “personal” art, setting up a studio to draw and sculpt. Once married with a family, my wife Hannie, also an artist, and I moved upstate to an old farmhouse in Greenwich. The process of renovating an unused and rundown 19th century barn on the newly acquired property into an office/studio/workshop was the initiation to a new artistic involvement.
Ian Creitz StudioPhotographers172 County Route 372, Cambridge, NY 12816Since I first began taking photographs over a decade ago, I have experimented with a variety of subjects, including but not limited to landscapes, architecture, animals, and portraits. While I continue to photograph all of these subjects — my two dogs, Tootsie and Jack, remain my constant muses. In the last five or so years, l’ve found myself most drawn to the theme of architectural decay:collapsing buildings, molding wallpaper, and spray painted symbols all feature heavily in my work. Though I primarily shoot in and around my hometown of Cambridge, New York, my interest in ‘decay’ has taken me across the country via the historic Route 66, in search of forgotten, dilapidated buildings and signs.”
Jeri Macdonald StudioArtists64 Wright Road, Cambridge NY 12816Over the years Jeri has worked in various media including pastel, watercolor, ceramics and wood and encaustic. However oil paint has always been her first love. Just as her mediums have changed over the years, so has her subject matter. In the late 80’s and early 90’s highways and family photos were her focus. Later her interest was in glassware and dishes and, more recently, fabrics and drapery. Whatever the subject matter, her primary focus has always been light and the creation of illusion.
Karen Koziol StudioArtists389 Cambridge Battenville Road, Greenwich, NY 12834I scavenge and reinvent. Simply, that is what I do. I am looking to combine objects in a way that makes visual sense but, more importantly, that cobbles together a narrative.
Leah McCloskey StudioArtists33 McKeighan Lane, Salem, NY 12865Leah McCloskey lives a creative life. Her home in Salem, New York is filled with light and life and color. It is always a work in progress filled with treasures and found objects and art. Her hearth is welcoming and cozy, her home dotted with comfortable places to sit, to read, to dream.
Leslie Peck StudioArtists52 Salem Street, Greenwich, NY 12834Leslie Anne Peck is a native of Buffalo, New York. She moved to New York City to attend the Fashion Institute of Technology where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art. In 1987 Leslie spent a year studying art in Italy at the Scuola di Lorenzo De Medici in Florence and subsequently apprenticed in Rome with renowned illustrator Alessandro Biffignandi. Leslie began a freelance career in romance-book cover illustration in 1988. She has enjoyed two decades of success painting in that genre. While still enjoying a tremendous success in the publishing field, Leslie’s love for portraiture of people and animals has found its expression in her most recent oil paintings.
Regina Wickham StudioArtists1291 King Road, Cambridge, NY 12861“I am a vessel maker; clay is the skin to contain a volume, defining and incorporating space. Glazes juxtapose color and texture: painting landscape, seascape, night sky.”“The volumes and layers of the landscape of Washington Country inform my work as does the Chinese ceramic tradition which is my inspiration. I study their classic forms to understand the success of their curves, the space they envelop, and the space they exclude. I am a modern colorist painting my vessels with glazes that echo the earth and sky; making marks and drawing curves reflective of landscape.”
Stephen Lack StudioArtists232 Crosier Road, Salem NY 12865“More than decoration, Painting, like Film, can be a form of communication. Each painting I do is a small drama. The Open Studio event gives me the opportunity to share these works outside the gallery and museum context and I look forward to the event every two years.”“I admire the traditions of the European figuration as well as its eventual evolution into the Pop sensibility of the past century. I try to infuse my work with that integrity, the consideration of form coupled with the intensity of today’s industrial pigmentation.”
Steven Jay Sanford StudioArtists160 Gannon Road, Cambridge, NY, 12816 United StatesI try to combine my reverence for the natural world with the sublime shapes, shades and personalities of my favorite creatures – birds – in a way that reflects the American decoy carving tradition. My goal for each carving is to create heirloom-quality fine art.
Virginia McNeice StudioArtists73 Edie Road, Greenwich, NY 12834Virginia McNeice’s work in pastel and oil is inspired by nature, and her primary focus is upon color relationships, contrast and the effect of light at various times of the day. She lives and works on an old farm in Cambridge, New York which is surrounded by her personal garden.
Will Moses StudioArtists60 Grandma Moses Rd, Eagle Bridge, NY 12057Soft, shadowy foothills dotted with traditional white farmhouses; weathered red barns tilted haphazardly on broad patchwork sweeps of green and hay-gold fields; small clusters of black and white cows grazing placidly in the distance…it’s all part of Moses Country. And, the 200 year-old farmhouse, where Will Moses has his studio, is as solidly traditional as the surrounding landscape…the white house where the legendary Grandma Moses began her career.
Hollywood TheaterTheatreMain St, Au Sable Forks, NY, 12912, United StatesThe Hollywood Theatre is a state of the art cinema. The theatre is capable of providing not only current release movies, but it also has the equipment to project your DVD on the BIG screen. In partnership with the Tahawus Center next door, we've introduced a new summer film series, featuring the work of independent directors.
Little Theater on the Farm HermansTheatre27 Plum Road, Fort Edward, NY, 12828, United StatesLittle Theater on the Farm is celebrating it’s 10th season. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit community theater. Our mission is to make available economical theater space for performers and educational programs so that area residents may increase their appreciation of the arts, area history and environment.
Rome Capital TheatreTheatre220 W. Dominick St, Rome, NY, 13440, United StatesThe Capitol Theatre, a 1,788-seat theater situated in the heart of Central New York state, provides the region with an unique and historic venue for the performing and visual arts. Our programming includes silent and classic movies, live theatrical productions, musical concerts, and dance. The Capitol is the centerpiece of downtown Rome, NY, and we provide over 15,000 people with entertainment and smiles through over 100 performances per year.
The StanleyTheatre261 Genesee Street, Utica, NY, 13501, United StatesOriginally built to be a movie palace, The Stanley opened on September 10, 1928 with 2,963 seats.
Ilion LIttle Theatre ClubTheatre13 Remington Ave, Ilion, NY, 13357, United StatesThe Ilion Little Theatre Club has entertained residents of the Mohawk Valley since 1924.
Adirondack Theatre FestivalTheatre207 Glen St, Glens Falls, NY, 12801, United StatesAdirondack Theatre Festival (ATF) is a professional not-for-profit summer theatre located in Glens Falls, NY. ATF strives to challenge, entertain, and nourish its audience through the development and production of new and contemporary musicals and plays. This relationship engages the community as audience members and participants in workshops, discussions, and educational programming.
Pendragon Theatre GalleryTheatre15 Brandy Brook Avenue, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesDedicated to preserving the vitality and enhancing the quality of professional theatre
Art of Fire Contemporary Glassblowing StudioStudios11322 Co Route 125, Chaumont, NY, 13622, United StatesArt of Fire began in 1984 when Foster Holcombe and Theda Hansen lit the first furnace in 1984 at the Maryland Renaissance Festival. We've been creating glass work and teaching classes at our current location, a re-purposed dairy barn in Northern Montgomery County, since 1999. During the summer, Foster and Theda relocate to their summer studio in Chaumont NY to blow glass and teach classes.
Boathouse StudioStudios23523 County Route 59, Dexter, NY, 13634, United StatesPaintings created by me using acrylics. Landscapes of mountains, gardens, lakes, streams, oceans, & sunsets. Still lifes of fruit, vegetables & flowers.
Incapahco Art Song StudioStudios1160 Main St, Long Lake, NY, 12847, United StatesI am a sixth generation Long Lake native. William Austin was one of the first six families to settle here. Every generation since has included guideboat builders, guides, carpenters, cooks and artists. My appreciation and love of this heritage is the inspiration for my work. Experimenting with many art mediums over the past 35 years, this journey has led me to settle into mixed media fibre art. It gives me great freedom of design and expression, enabling me to create images that stir memories and emotions from one’s own Adirondack experience. I have received awards from national and regional shows, exhibited and demonstrated at the Adirondack Museum and have been teaching for twelve years. I have no idea what lies ahead but the Adirondacks will continue to be the fuel for my creative passion.
Abanakee StudiosStudiosRoute 28 and LaVergne Road, Indian Lake, NY, 12842, United StatesWe are located in the Adirondack mountains of upstate New York, in the town of Indian Lake on the shores of Lake Abanakee. We offer a combination of shopping and other activities to make your visit to the area a memorable one. You may enjoy browsing for antiques and gifts throughout our turn-of-the-century barn, participating in one of our workshops held on the back deck overlooking the lake, or touring our gallery up in the loft.
William Coffey StudioStudios322 North Third Street, Northville, NY, 12134, United StatesAt the foothills of the majestic Adirondack mountains, you’ll find a studio full of wood chips, metal shavings, and creativity. It is here that William Coffey orchestrates a graceful collision of the old and the new with stunning results. With a passion for the mountains around him and a keen eye for the unique resources they offer, each piece is one of a kind. The combination of different mediums, gorgeous design, and a lifetime of craftsmanship is what leaves William Coffey Studio at the intersection of rustic and contemporary.
Discerning ArtistryStudios422 Riverside Drive, Scotia, NY, 12302, United StatesI try to capture the spirit of the regional beauty of Northeastern landscapes.
Bruno Laverdiere Art StudioStudios497 A Stony Creek Road, Hadley, NY, 12835, United States
Joseph Parker Art Studio & SculptureStudios58 Steward Bridge Road, Hadley, NY, 12835, United StatesSculptor, Painter, Cartoonist, Restaurateur, Author
Piece by Piece StudioStudios30 Bloomingdale Ave, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesTraditional Quilts & Fabric Art; Fabric Supplies, Wool, Workshops & Commisions
Young's Studio and GalleryStudios6588 NYS Route 86, Jay, NY, 12941, United States
Water Edge StudioStudios14 Water Edge Rd, Keeseville, NY, 12944, United States
Georgeanne Gaffney Studio & GalleryStudiosSaranac Lake, NY, 12983, United States
Small Fortune StudioStudios76 Main Street, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesBorn and raised in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains of northern New York, Tim Fortune studied art at Tyler School of Art of Temple University where he received a BFA. He later graduated from New York University with a Master of Arts degree in Studio Art and subsequently studied in Italy for several years. For the past thirty years he has pursued his career in Florida and New York.
Fran Yardley - StorytellerOther680 Bartlett Carry Road, Tupper Lake, NY, 12986, United States
Viscosi PhotographyPhotographers296 Albany Bush Road, Johnstown, NY, 12095, United StatesViscosi photography studio offers a wide variety of photographic services. The services include, but are not limited to:191 2 weddings family & children portraits senior portraits proms & dances school portraits daycare & preschool portraits dance & gymnastics studios fundraisers pets portraits photo restoration
Kathleen Keck PhotographyPhotographersSaranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesKathleen Keck has been crafting her photography skills since she was twelve years old when she purchased her first instamatic camera. After using 35mm cameras for several years Kathleen began using a digital camera and continues to use Nikon equipment today. Kathleen began photographing weddings, special events and portraits in the late 1970s and continues to offer these services today along with additional services for special events, private and public schools (yearbooks, senior portraits, school portraits, proms, graduations) throughout New York State and New England.
Dan Gallagher PhotographyPhotographers7700 N. State St, Lowville, NY, 13367, United StatesDan Gallagher is a photographer based in the Finger Lakes and Adirondack areas of New York State. Photography allows me to dwell in these delights. It's my hope to get beyond the technology, gear and toys so that my focus (can't help the pun) can be experiencing the delight deeper and sharing it with others.
Glens Falls Art, LLC.PhotographersPO Box 2571, Glens Falls, NY, 12801, United StatesGlens Falls Art is a mobile tintype studio traveling in downtown Glens Falls, New York, the Adirondacks and Upstate NY. Photographer Craig Murphy creates one-of-a-kind heirloom family portraits and art using the original 19th century method. Watch and learn about the the original photographic process created during the Civil War! Follow Glens Falls Art on Twitter & Facebook for events and locations.
Jim Bullard PhotographyPhotographers134 Russell Tpke, Potsdam, NY, 13676, United StatesLandscape, flowers and other photos by Jim Bullard. Most photos are of the Adirondack Mountains or "The North Country" of New York.
NeuStudio, LLCPhotographers3 McElwain Ave, Unit 2-5, Cohoes, NY, 12047, United StatesNeuStudios, LLC showcases products and services through photography. Our clients are typically, but not exclusively, manufacturers, catalog producers, corporate creative departments, architects, promotional agencies and artists. The images we produce at NeuStudios have been used for many purposes covering a wide range of industries. Clients such as SAAB, PEZ Candy, Comfortex Window Fashions, Timex World and Knights of Columbus have all used our images.
Kelli Evans PhotographyPhotographers206 Glen St, Ste 31A, Glens Falls, NY, 12801, United StatesI believe photographs should be more than a visual representation of how someone looked at a certain age, on a certain day. It’s the difference between looking at someone and really seeing them. I am interested in holding on to the everyday moments; the absolute joys of childhood; the way it feels to hold your baby; the look of totally selfless love in your dog’s eyes. When you look at your photos in ten years, I want you to smile because you remember how you felt.
Explore Photography WorkshopsPhotographersWhitesboro, NY, 13492, United StatesI will be offering photo tours and workshops in upstate NY. Call or e mail for an appointment.
Glen Marsh PhotographyPhotographers245 Malta Ave, Ballston Spa, NY, 12020, United StatesGlen is a avid outdoorsman and a skilled craftsman with a deep appreciation for nature. He has been capturing nature on film and bringing it home since 1995. His Gallery and Studio is one of two Victorian homes he has lovingly restored. Glen photographs national parks with a special interest in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. Glen often refers to himself as a purist using only film, absolutely no digital photography. He shoots both color and black and white film with a most discerning artful eye.
Mike Hine PhotographyPhotographersGloversville, NY, 12078, United StatesI’m a self-taught photographer who enjoys traveling the country with my camera photographing the natural world around us. I’ve taught evening courses at the Pesico school in the use of Photoshop and Digital Photography and my images have been published in the Conservationist magazine.
Alpine Images PhotographyPhotographers22 Indian Rock Road, Wilmington, NY, 12997, United StatesSusan's framed photographs have been selected for juried art shows at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts, the Adirondack Artists' Guild and the Northwinds Fine Arts in Saranac Lake. Susan's work has also been exhibited at the Paul Smith's College Visitors Interpretive Center and the East Branch Friends of the Arts PhotoSho in Keene Valley, and her matted photographs and notecards have been sold in dozens of stores throughout the Adirondacks.
Pete Dozois PhotographyPhotographers2963 Lake Shore Drive, Lake George, NY, 12845, United StatesNature and landscape photographs from around North America.
YM PhotographyPhotographers206 Glen Street, Suite 44, Glens Falls, NY, 12801, United StatesI grew up in a small town in the southern Adirondacks and left at age 20 to go explore the world. I made a gazillion amazing friends through those years and saw places I only dreamed about as a little girl. I retired from the US Air Force in 2010 and started down the road to doing what stirs my soul in the place that I love to be the most.
Alice Vera PhotographyPhotographers55 Jenkins St, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesAlice Vera Photography offers studio and location photography. Alice meets with every client to plan the clothing, backgrounds, theme, and will custom create a session based on your needs and taste.
Tony Beaver PhotographyPhotographersSouth Glens Falls, NY, 12803, United StatesI spend countless days, in every season, in The Adirondacks – in the woods, on the water, and sometimes just on the roads. My camera is a constant companion as one never knows what they’ll encounter. There are always new things to experience if you’re open to them and new things to see if you allow yourself to see them.
Nancie Battaglia PhotographyPhotographersPO Box 229, Lake Placid, NY, 12946, United StatesOutdoor recreational lifestyle activities, sports (winter, summer, fall), especially in the Adirondack Mountains (NY) with classic Adirondack themes and scenes; extensive Winter Olympic sports, some summer.
Visual Arts PhotographyPhotographersRemsen, NY, 13438, United StatesFine Art Photographs that capture your emotions, provokes your thoughts, and embraces your interest.
Carl Rubino Fine Art PhotographyPhotographers183 Newman Road, Lake Placid, NY, 12946, United StatesArtistic landscape and urban contemporary fine art photography. Ranging from representational to multidimensional and contemplative to wildly abstract. "It's not what you look at. It's what you see." Mostly shot in the Adirondacks. Adirondack photo tours available."
Colleen O'Neill PhotographyPhotographersSaranac Lake, NY, 12983, United States
Karla Brieant PhotographyPhotographersPO Box 281, Paul Smiths, NY, 12970, United StatesNature Photography Specializing in the Adirondack Park
Roundlake StudiosPhotographers680 Bartlett Carry Road, Tupper Lake, NY, 12986, United States
Mark Kurtz PhotographyPhotographers52 Main St, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesFor more than 20 years Mark Kurtz has been providing Saranac Lake, Lake Placid and the Adirondack region with outstanding fine art, commercial and wedding photography. Mark's gallery of fine art black and white photography, located in downtown Saranac Lake, boasts hundreds of hand-made prints and also serves as basecamp for his commercial and wedding photography services. He recieved a BFA from Alfred University and has taught photography in high school, college and workshop environments. Mark is one of the founding members of the Adirondack Artist's Guild, and is widely recognized as one of the Adirondack region's preeminent artists.
David Warner StudioPhotographers134 Fish and Game Road, Little Falls, NY, 13365, United StatesLandscape and portrait photographer, David E. Warner captures the breath-taking beauty of the Mohawk Valley and Southern Adirondacks region and its people with his mastery of color, composition & light.
Clayton Opera HousePerforming405 Riverside Dr, Clayton, NY, 13624, United StatesThe Clayton Opera House, a Nationally Registered Historic Place, is a stately four-story brick structure overlooking the St. Lawrence River in downtown Clayton, New York. The Opera House has served as an important hub for cultural and community events for over a century and is a fine example of the vaudeville theaters which sprung up throughout the United States in the early 1900s.
Tahawus CenterPerforming14234 Rt 9N, Au Sable Forks, NY, 12912, United StatesCraig Brashear and Rebecca Kelly, dance artists from New York City, as well as homeowners on Silver Lake Road, are leading a project to create a vibrant anchor building in the business district of the hamlet of Au Sable Forks in the Town of Jay, NY. Built in 1911 by the Masons, the Tahawus Center rises three storeys, located on Route 9N, one of the gateways to the high peaks region of the Adirondacks from the north. The town lies across the fork of the Ausable River, known for great trout fishing. Now owned by the not-for-profit cultural organization, Appleby Foundation, the plan is to repurpose the building into a center that links the activities of artists, artisans, musicians, actors and dancers, with local businesses for the enrichment of visitors and residents year round.
Adirondack Regional TheatrePerformingPO Box 1859, Plattsburgh, NY, 12901, United StatesART is a dynamic and culturally diverse organization of people from all walks of life and all age groups, joined together in their commitment to produce a high quality theatrical experience. Over the years ART has been a staple of North Country summers, performing outdoors in downtown Plattsburgh at the Westelcom P.O.P.S, venue and the Lions Club Band Shell on the banks of the Saranac River at the foot of MacDonough Monument. Clinton Community College named the group “Theater Company In Residence” from 2007-2012. ART has presented their outdoor family oriented musicals free of charge. Corporate sponsors, advertisers and donations from the audience have funded all ART productions. The Mayor’s Cup Festival organizers hired the group in 2004 and 2005 to perform as part of their main stage series. ART has also been hired to entertain audiences at both SUNY Plattsburgh and Clinton Community College. It is estimated that the group has performed to over 95,000 North Country residents.
Community Performance SeriesPerforming44 Pierrepont Ave, Potsdam, NY, 13676, United StatesCommunity Performance Series is a college-community partnership presenting world-class performing arts opportunities in northern New York. CPS has been in residence at SUNY Potsdam since 1989, ensuring enhanced access to performances for the people of the region through four main efforts.
Ogdensburg Command PerformancePerforming100 State Street, Ogdensburg, NY, 13669, United StatesIn 1963 eight inspired citizens determined that the Performing Arts should be brought to the North Country. The spirit of these civic-minded individuals, was in no way dimmed by their lack of fiscal resources. Energy plus enthusiasm were the key ingredients that contributed to the early success of Ogdensburg Community Players. In 1992 the name was changed to Ogdensburg Command Performances and 54 volunteers committed themselves to running a business with a new mission: “… to present the finest professional touring productions” and “… to provide educational opportunities.” The Board of Trustees also recognized that few performing arts opportunities existed that were designed specifically for youth and a second series, Youtheatre: Class Acts, for students in grades preK-12, was born.
Northern Lights ChoirPerformingPO Box 89, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesThere is something incredible about bringing a multi-generational group of singers together, exploring a wide genre of music and feeling the power of all our voices singing together!
Adirondack Shakespeare CompanyPerforming452 East Shore Dr, Adirondack, NY, 12808, United StatesAdirondack Shakespeare Company is dedicated to producing world-class quality theatre that is unburdened by spectacle and technology, but rather focuses on what matters most: the play.
Hamilton Performing ArtsPerforming198 College Hill Road, Clinton, NY, 13323, United States
Adirondack Center for WritingOtherPO Box 956, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesThe Adirondack Center for Writing cultivates the art of writing and the joy of reading; we celebrate the power of language to invite discovery, to create an understanding of people and Adirondack sense of place, and to build a community. Our goals: - Build and maintain a community of writers and readers across disciplines, traditions, ages and geographies. - Honor the rich literary, cultural and natural history of the Adirondacks. - Partner with diverse individuals, organizations and schools to promote the craft of writing and the practice of reading in our communities.
The Rustic RidersMusic206 Corey's Road, Tupper Lake, NY, 12986, United StatesThe Rustic Riders craft their sound with music old and new. They invite you to sing, move, reflect and renew with voice, strings and percussion. In concert,the Rustic Riders share new songs with traditional roots, fresh arrangements of American standards and their love of traditional tunes. They have recorded 3 CD's: "Hearing Hearts" and "Among These Hills" and just out "Wake Up!"
Christopher Shaw - Adirondack TroubadourMusicPO Box 609, Averill Park, NY, 12018, United StatesAdirondack singer, songwriter, and storyteller Christopher Shaw has toured all over the United States and Europe for more than 25 years. His music resides in the Library of Congress Folk Archives, his performances have taken him to such venerable venues as the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Smithsonian Institute, and the Chautauqua Institute. After ten albums, numerous appearances on PBS, and NPR, and hundreds of thousands of miles touring, he still doesn't have the good sense to quit!
Jamie SavageMusic230 Raquette Flow Dr, Piercefield, NY, 12973, United StatesJamie began writing songs soon after he started playing guitar at the age of 16. While a student at Paul Smith's College in the early 1980s, Jamie played rhythm guitar and sang lead vocals for a college rock n roll band called "Easy Street." In the mid-1980s, Jamie teamed up with folksinger Peggy Lynn to perform traditional and original folk songs around the central New York area.
The Lake Champlain MinstrelMusic35 Iowa St, Plattsburgh, NY, 12903, United StatesStan Ransom, The Connecticut Peddler, is a traditional folk song singer and player. He plays hammered dulcimer, 6 and 12 string guitar, mandolin, autoharp, dombek, and tenor banjo.
Sounds of the NorthwayMusic135 Sabousin Rd, Willsboro, NY, 12996, United StatesSounds of the Northway has been performing for over 15 years for many kinds of audiences at venues all over the North Country, including Plattsburgh State University, Schroon Lake Boathouse, Port Henry, Palmer Street Coffeehouse, Lake Placid Synagogue, Adirondack Waterfest, and Plattsburgh Mayor’s Cup.
Roy Hurd - MusicianMusic9 State Road, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesRoy Hurd is a dynamic performer and a world-class singer/songwriter. In the years he has been performing, Roy has played his brand of mountain music nationally, and has developed a following unparalleled in the Adirondack Mountains. Roy's song Adirondack Blue has become a modern-day Adirondack anthem, and his recordings are regional best sellers.
Wulaba DrumMusic462 Averyville Ln Bldg 1, Lake Placid, NY, 12946, United StatesWulaba is a West African drumming group based in Lake Placid, New York and founded by lead drummer and percussion teacher, James Gann. Wulaba, in the African Mandinka language, means "big forest" - perfect for being in the heart of the Adirondack Forest Preserve.
Dan Berggren MusicianMusic99 Grove St, Ballston Spa, NY, 12020, United StatesA tradition-based songsmith, Dan Berggren writes with honesty, humor and a strong sense of place. His songs explore the many dimensions of home, hard-working folks, taking care of our planet and each other. While his roots are firmly in the Adirondacks where he was raised, Dan's music has branched out across many borders. The award-winning educator and musician has entertained audiences from Kentucky to Michigan, Belgium to Bulgaria, and Zimbabwe to Transylvania.
Karen Baker MusicianMusic154 Margaret St, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United States
Glens Falls SymphonyMusic7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls, NY, 12801, United StatesFor more than three decades, the Glens Falls Symphony has brought fine symphonic music to audiences in the Adirondack region and beyond. The five-concert subscription season is presented from October through May on Sundays at 4 p.m. The symphony’s usual venue is the Glens Falls High School auditorium, an acoustically satisfying, state-of-the-art theatre offering comfortable seating for 1,200 concertgoers. The orchestra is a fully professional union orchestra with musicians hailing from the Capital District, New York City, Rochester, Boston, New Jersey and other locales.
Caroga Lake Music FestivalMusicCarago, NY, 12032, United StatesCellist Kyle Barrett Price founded the Caroga Lake Music Festival (CLMF) in 2012 at the age of 19. Now in its 4th season, 22-year-old Kyle has developed CLMF into a noteworthy national music festival bringing in over twenty young artists hailing from top conservatories and musical schools from throughout the US and abroad.
Songs at Mirror Lake Music SeriesMusicPO Box 1450, Lake Placid, NY, 12946, United StatesFREE seven week summer concert series in Lake Placid that includes local, regional and national acts
Seagle Music ColonyMusic999 Charley Hill Road, Schroon Lake, NY, 12870, United StatesSeagle Music Colony is the oldest summer vocal training program in the United States
Meadowmount School of MusicMusic1424 County Route 10, Westport, NY, 12993, United StatesOffers exceptional string players and pianists a seven-week-long intensive program of private study
Lake Placid Sinfonietta, Inc.MusicPO Box 1303, Lake Placid, NY, 12946, United States
Ampersand MusicMusic52-B Main St, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United States
Lake Placid Olympic MuseumMuseums2634 Main Street, Lake Placid, NY, 12946, United StatesMake the Lake Placid Olympic Museum your first stop on a tour of America's Olympic hometown, Lake Placid, host of two Olympic Games and the birthplace of North America's first Winter Olympics: hear the stories, see the history, and experience the excitement of the Games!
Antique Boat MuseumMuseums750 Mary Street, Clayton, NY, 13624, United StatesThe Antique Boat Museum is the premier freshwater nautical museum in North America. Located in the 1000 Islands on the St. Lawrence River, the ABM’s galleries overflow with over 300 unique and beautifully-preserved boats and thousands of recreational boating artifacts. Our 4.5 acre campus comes alive with speed boat rides, boat shows, educational programs for all ages, special events and more.
Battle of Plattsburgh Interpretive Center and MuseumMuseums31 Washington Road, Plattsburgh, NY, 12903, United StatesWe are dedicated to developing and operating the Battle of Plattsburgh Interpretive Center and War of 1812 Museum. In this effort we will collect, preserve and maintain appropriate artifacts and undertake a national education effort to publicize the significance of the Battle of Plattsburgh in the War of 1812 and our nation’s history. Please explore our website, become a member, or make a donation to help us achieve our vision.
Akwesasne Cultural Center and MuseumMuseums321 State Rte 37, Hogansburg, NY, 13655, United StatesThe Akwesasne Cultural Center, Inc. began with the founding of a library in 1971, in order to curb the dropout rate in our community. In 1972, cultural classes started and donations to the center began our museum collections. The board of directors, and the staff of the library and museum are Akwesasne Mohawk community members.
The Alice T. Miner MuseumMuseums9618 State Route 9, Chazy, NY, 12921, United StatesTouring the three floors and period rooms of The Alice is like taking a trip back in time. Much of the Museum remains as Alice left it. The Colonial Kitchen and its fireplace/oven, cradle, oil lamps, and 17th Century table with pewter settings shows how family life once centered around the hearth.
World Awareness Children's MuseumMuseums89 Warren Street, Glens Falls, NY, 12801, United StatesAn interactive, hands-on museum chartered by the New York State Education Department and Board of Regents. Designed for children and their families with a mission to inspire curiosity and foster understanding and appreciation of worldwide cultural diversity.
Plattsburgh State Art MuseumMuseums101 Broad Street, Plattsburgh, NY, 12901, United StatesExpanding upon Andre Malraux's concept of a Museum Without Walls, the Plattsburgh State Art Museum has become an open visual art resource for the college and the Northern Adirondack/Champlain Valley region. It forms an aesthetic network across the campus which makes the arts part of the fabric of the college and community. Beyond a philosophy, the "Museum Without Walls" has become the title of the installation program maintained by the Museum, which serves to display art throughout the campus.
Frederic Remington Art MuseumMuseums303 Washington St, Ogdensburg, NY, 13669, United StatesThe Frederic Remington Art Museum, located at 303 Washington Street in Ogdensburg, New York, houses a comprehensive collection of original Remington paintings, sketches and sculptures, as well as a broad array of personal effects and correspondence that serve to bring the artist and his vision to life. Many of Remington's best-known sculptures and oil paintings can be found in the Albert Priest Newell Gallery. Changing exhibits of his North Country and Canadian watercolors, sketches, and illustrations hang in the Addie Priest Newell Gallery. Personal possessions, studio equipment, and memorabilia are displayed throughout the museum.
The National Bottle MuseumMuseums76 Milton Ave, Ballston Spa, NY, 12020, United StatesSituated in the heart of Ballston Spa, NY is a museum whose mission is to preserve the history of our nation’s first major industry: Bottle making. Exhibits inside of the National Bottle Museum allow visitors to view thousands of glass bottles that were produced by strong men who toiled in intense heat for 12 hours a day, six days a week when the demand for glass containers was staggering. It was an era when vast commercial empires rose and fell. In many cases, only the bottles remain as witness to the drama.
The Hyde CollectionMuseums161 Warren Street, Glens Falls, NY, 12801, United StatesAs stated by Mrs. Hyde in her 1952 Trust Agreement establishing The Hyde Collection, our founding mission is "to maintain a Museum for the exhibition of the permanent collection and to promote and cultivate the improvement of the fine arts, for the education and benefit of the residents of Glens Falls and vicinity and the general public."
Arkell MuseumMuseums2 Erie Boulevard, Canajoharie, NY, 13317, United StatesPromote and celebrate the understanding and enjoyment of the arts and humanities in Canajoharie
Goodsell MuseumMuseums2993 Main Street, Old Forge, NY, 13420, United StatesAdirondack related exhibits
Remington Art MuseumMuseums303 Washington St, Ogdensburg, NY, 13669, United StatesCollect, exhibit, preserve and interpret the art and archives of Frederic Remington
Chapman Historical MuseumMuseums348 Glen Street, Glens Falls, NY, 12801, United StatesRestored Victorian home, 19th century Adirondack photographs of Seneca Ray Stoddard
Hall of Heroes Military History MuseumMuseums175 Canada St, Lake George, NY, 12845, United States
Fort William Henry MuseumMuseums48 Canada St, Lake George, NY, 12845, United StatesBuilt in 1755 to command the southern end of Lake George.
North Creek Depot MuseumMuseums5 Railroad Place, North Creek, NY, 12853, United StatesRestored 1871 Adirondack/D&H Railroad Depot. Also a heritage center and cultural & economic hub.
Adirondack Folk SchoolMuseums51 Main Street, Lake Luzerne, NY, 12846, United StatesAFS preserves the distinctive cultural heritage of the region.
Great Camp SagamoreMuseumsSagamore Rd, Raquette Lake, NY, 13436
Nellie Tyrell MuseumMuseumsNorth Shore Road, Edinburg, NY, 12134, United States
Caroga Historical MuseumMuseums145 London Bridge Road, Caroga, NY, 12032, United StatesComprised of old farm house, exhibit barn, general store, cobbler's shop, ice house
Adirondack History Center MuseumMuseums7590 Court Street, Elizabethtown, NY, 12932, United StatesThe Adirondack History Center Museum displays artifacts from over two centuries of life in Essex County and the central Adirondacks. The diverse collection includes: - Artifacts from 18th century forts at Crown Point - An 1850's Washington printing press - An 1887 Concord stagecoach - A 1920's stage curtain advertising area businesses - An extensive collection of antique dolls - An iron bobsled from the 1932 Olympic Games - A 58 foot Fire Observation Tower to climb - Special events and exhibits
Adirondack MuseumMuseumsRt 28N & 30, Blue Mountain Lake, NY, 12812, United StatesWith Blue Mountain rising behind it and Blue Mountain Lake sparkling below, the Adirondack Museum's vast campus features displays in 22 modern exhibition galleries and historic buildings. There are lush grounds and sweeping views. The exhibitions tell the unique story of the Adirondacks and its people. You will explore topics ranging from boating to logging, and there are plenty of indoor and outdoor activities for kids, too.
The Kelly Adirondack CenterGalleries897 St. David's Lane, Niskayuna, NY, 12309, United StatesThe Kelly Adirondack Center is an interdisciplinary research center. Its mission is to collect information and to educate the Union College community and the wider public about the Adirondacks and the vital issues relating to the meaning and use of the natural environment.
Pouring Light Studios & GalleryGalleries432 East Main St, Malone, NY, 12953, United StatesThe gallery shows reflect strong personal expression with a degree of innovation. In the studio, I work in the disciplines of photography, sculpture, stained glass, painting and music. These art forms overlap at times, providing me with a unique point from which to operate.
Bay House ArtisansGalleries21 A James St, Alexandria Bay, NY, 13607, United StatesBay House Artisans is a newly established gallery shop offering fine hand-made art and craft products created by regional artists. Participating artisans are skilled producers working in a range of media including wood, fiber, metal, glass, clay, watercolor, jewelry, and more. The primary function of Bay House Artisans is to provide display space, visibility, and sales potential for each artist while offering the public high quality wares in a diversity of media.
The ROTA Studio and GalleryGalleries39 Bridge St, Plattsburgh, NY, 12901, United StatesA unique venue blending music and art from around the world.
The Starving Artist GalleryGalleries3071 State Route 28, Old Forge, NY, 13420, United StatesThe Starving Artist Gallery was started in the Spring of 2010 by local artists Megan Crimmins and Clark Lubbs. The store offers local artists a place to display their work.
Giant Mountain StudioGalleries1094 US Rte 9, Schroon Lake, NY, 12870, United StatesGiant Mountain Studio is a fine art gallery located in Schroon Lake, NY. The art gallery features artwork in a variety of different media from local Adirondack and regional artists.
Crandall Public LibraryGalleries251 Glen Street, Glens Falls, NY, 12801, United StatesThe Folklife Center at Crandall Public Library is an award-winning program created by the Library’s Board of Trustees in 1993, charged with the mission to research and present the cultural traditions of the upper Hudson valley and southern Adirondacks of upstate New York through its research and documentation, special collections, public programs, gallery and educational services.
Art in ChestertownGalleries6378 State Route 9, Chestertown, NY, 12817, United StatesAdmission is free. No wheelchair access. Large groups welcome.
Mare's Wares PotteryGalleries3938 State Hwy 37, Ogdensburg, NY, 13669, United StatesPottery, additional artisans, textiles, flat works, sculpture, jewelry, soap. Home of the Annual Arts Fest - Always July 1st with 70-80 artisans and live music.
The Springs GalleryGalleries191 Main Street, Sharon Springs, NY, 13459, United StatesErreca Batchelor is a Fine Arts, Architectural and Landscape Photographer. She opened The Springs Gallery in Sharon Springs, New York in the summer of 2015. The Springs Gallery features her photographic work, as well as that of local artists.
Keene ArtsGalleries10881 NYS Rt 73, Keene Valley, NY, 12942, United States
Casagrain GalleryGalleries68 Park St, Tupper Lake, NY, 12986, United StatesFine Art Gallery - featuring the work of artist Gary Casagrain Open year round : Hours vary - If making a special trip please call ahead. The gallery consists of original oil paintings and drawings as well as a wide variety of giclee prints on both canvas and paper. We also have custom furniture embedded with Casagrain art.
Ralph Kylloe Rustic DesignGalleries1796 Rt 9N, Lake George, NY, 12845, United StatesRalph Kylloe began in Rustic Furniture over 30 years ago and is one of the best known and respected authorities in the Rustic Industry today. The Ralph Kylloe Gallery is one of a kind and located in Lake George, NY in the Adirondack Mountains.
Sculpture SpaceGalleries12 Gates Street, Utica, NY, 13502, United StatesSculpture Space is unique in North America for its support of sculptors, both those who come to Utica, New York, as residency participants and those who continue after their residencies as working artists. The organization selects 20 artists each year for two-month residencies and has helped to advance the careers of more than 500 national and international artists since 1976.
A Point of ViewGalleries6047 Sentinel Road, Lake Placid, NY, 12947, United States
The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art GalleryGalleries815 North Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866, United StatesThe purpose of the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery is to awaken the community to the richness and diversity of the human experience through the medium of art.
The Widlund GalleryGalleries228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853, United StatesTannery Pond Community Center is a multipurpose building in North Creek owned by the Town of Johnsburg
Studio PK101Galleries1247 Erie Blvd West, Rome, NY, 13440, United StatesWe provide fine arts supplies, classes, and gallery space to the Rome area art community. Come visit us and let us help you with your fine art needs!
Juergensen GalleryGalleries1101 Sherman Drive, Utica, NY, 13501, United StatesThe Virginia M. & Edward Juergensen Gallery, formerly known as the Small Works Gallery, was established in 2001 and presents six to seven exhibitions each academic year.
Cherry Branch GalleryGalleries25 Main Street, Cherry Valley, NY, 13320, United StatesThe work of established and emerging artists
Barrett Fine Art GalleryGalleries1600 Burrstone Road, Utica, NY, 13502, United States4 primary exhibits in the fall and spring semesters
Artisans' CornerGalleries1 College Street, Clinton, NY, 13323, United StatesAffordable, Unique, One of a Kind, Fine Quality, Hand Crafted Gifts
Picture Perfect Fine Art GalleryGalleries5 Erie Boulevard, Canajoharie, NY, 13317, United StatesFeature paintings, pottery, jewelry, folk art and fine furniture by NY artists
Gallery 3040Galleries3040 Main Street Route 28, Old Forge, NY, 13420, United StatesFine art gallery, and boutique specializing in handmade, artisan wares with custom framing.
The Laffer GalleryGalleries96 Broad Street, Schuylerville, NY, 12871, United StatesFine Art & Framing
Stone Bridge Artisan GalleryGalleries8061 State Rte 9, Pottersville, NY, 12860, United States
Perrella Art Gallery at FMCCGalleries2805 State Hwy 67, Johnstown, NY, 12095, United StatesVarious exhibits throughout the year featuring broad range of creative styles
From the Pines GalleryGalleries63 Niblic Road, Hadley, NY, 12835, United StatesSelf-taught acrylic painter working at her craft since 1997.
NorthWind Fine ArtsGalleries11 Woodruff St, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesNorthwind Fine Arts was established in May 2011 as a cooperative gallery by a group of Saranac Lake area artists. In October of 2013, the group decided to move and expand, now consisting of over ten artists. Each month one artist showcases their newest creations - from time to time a special guest artist is invited to showcase work to keep things fun and spontaneous.
Art at the Pink HouseGalleries25 Woodruff St, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesArt at the Pink House Gallery specializes in fiber and mixed media art, with frequently changing exhibitions that include several artists each month. Classes and workshops are offered in fiber and mixed media.
Micropolis GalleryGalleries30 N. Main St, Gloversville, NY, 12078, United StatesMicropolis Gallery is an organization dedicated to providing services for the benefit of its members
Mrs. B's Petite Galerie & StudioGalleries26 N. Main St, Gloversville, NY, 12078, United StatesMrs. B's is a full-service art studio and gallery offering both afternoon and evening lessons for adults and children at any ability level, arts and crafts workshops, caricatures and developmentally appropriate art-themed birthday parties. For a a complete list of lesson times, upcoming events and birthday party options or to order an art work.
Upstairs GalleryGalleries80 Main St, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United States
Ticonderoga Arts, Inc.Galleries119 Montcalm St, Ticonderoga, NY, 12883, United StatesTiconderoga Arts, Inc, is a non-profit arts organization dedicated to supporting local artists by promoting fine crafts and fine arts through programs in education, exhibition and sales in our gallery.
The Towne Store - Art in the AtticGalleries1089 Main St, Schroon Lake, NY, 12870, United States
Moon Tree DesignGalleries2422 Main Street, Lake Placid, NY, 12946, United States
Mitchell's Heritage GalleryGalleries10120 NYS Rt. 9N, Keene, NY, 12942, United StatesWatercolors, oil paintings and prints
Jay Craft CenterGalleries12953 NYS Route 9N, Jay, NY, 12941, United StatesAfter discovering a common love for pottery while attending Plattsburgh State University, we have been living and creating pottery in the beautiful Adirondack Mountain region. In our early years, our work was only available at the many craft shows at which we were vendors. As our business grew, we established our studio and craft gallery in the village of Jay, New York. Over the years, our styles and techniques have evolved, but we remain committed to quality craftsmanship in all of our work. Cheri’s focus is on hand-painted designs, which include pinecones, floral motifs, and Adirondack wildlife. Lee specializes in abstract glazing patterns and enjoys working with altered forms.
Gibson GalleryGalleries44 Pierpont Ave, Potsdam, NY, 13676, United States
The Gallery at Goff-Nelson LibraryGalleries41 Lake Street, Tupper Lake, NY, 12986, United States
The Gallery - at Beth Joseph SynagogueGalleries57 Lake Street, Tupper Lake, NY, 12986, United States
Depot Theatre GalleryGalleries6705 Main Street, Westport, NY, 12993, United StatesThe Depot Theatre is a non-profit, professional theatre located in a historic, functioning 1876 train station in Westport, N.Y., and operates under an agreement with Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. In addition to its volunteer board of trustees, the theatre depends on the support and generosity of its loyal donors, volunteers and community members. Committed to promoting and providing exposure to the performing arts in the Adirondacks, the Depot Theatre invites all to “Take a journey without leaving the station.” The Depot Theatre’s 37th season is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Cupola House GalleryGalleries2278 Main Street, Essex, NY, 12936, United States
Bluseed StudiosGalleries24 Cedar Street Warehouse, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesTo provide space where artists have the opportunity to experiment, diverge, exhibit, and perform; to move ideas and aesthetics forward; to share this diversity with the community.
ATEA Ring GalleryGalleriesRoute 60 Sam Spear Road, Westport, NY, 12993, United StatesFine stained glass and other crafts
bjsartworksGalleries71 Lawrence Street Ste 105, Glens Falls, NY, 12801, United Statesframing • gallery • studio
Adirondack Art AssociationGalleries2750 Essex Road, Essex, NY, 12936, United StatesCreativity is alive and well in the Adirondacks; and our gallery exists to share this spirit with everyone. Watercolor, oils, acrylics, pastels, photography, pottery, glass, jewelry, sculpture, woodwork and more – all joyfully displayed in our light-filled, lakeside space. We also offer musical events and workshops for your enjoyment. We are a 501c3 non-profit community organization founded in 1963. Our gallery sits on the shore of Lake Champlain, in beautiful Essex, NY, a few steps from the LCT Ferry Landing. We feature the diverse work of over 50 professional and amateur artists from four Adirondack counties.
Thousand Islands Arts CenterGalleries314 John Street, Clayton, NY, 13626, United StatesThe Thousand Islands Arts Center (formerly The Handweaving Museum and Arts Center) is a nonprofit educational institution concerned with preserving the skills of traditional artists and artisans and supporting the heritage arts. The Arts Center maintains a year round arts curriculum, a permanent textile collection and library, and two dedicated studios for weaving and pottery. The Arts Center also organizes additional educational programs, an annual conference and several yearly exhibitions for the public. The Arts Center’s goal is to sustain and grow this resource for artists, students, and the broader community while developing awareness, fostering skills and building appreciation for the heritage arts.
Adirondack Artists GuildGalleries52 Main St, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesThe Adirondack Artists’ Guild has been successfully in business since 1997. Over thirty regional fine artists have participated as members. The work displayed in the gallery continues to express the vitality and quality of fine art in the Adirondacks.
Adirondack ArtGalleries8211 State Route 12, Barneveld, NY, 13304, United StatesAdirondack Art was established in 1997 by owner Brian Herkel. With a background in fine art, and experience in picture framing, he opened the frame shop and art gallery with an emphasis on regional nature and wildlife art.
North Country Ballet EnsembleDance23 Brinkerhoff St, Plattsburgh, NY, 12901, United StatesThe North Country Ballet Ensemble (NCBE) is a non-profit performing arts organization with the mission of educating, entertaining, and enriching the lives of young people and their communities through the art of dance.
Rebecca Kelly, Choreographer/Master TeacherDance2876 Silver Lake Rd, Saranac Lake, NY, ,12981, United StatesRebecca Kelly creates abstract and narrative ballets which fuse classical dance with modern forms resulting in an arresting lyrical earthy quality. Themes range from topical issues about the environment and astute social commentary, to poetical works involving the sheer energy and beauty of the highly skilled dancer and the complex use of the body. Classical line and touching performance, coupled with intense musicality and energy distinguish each of Kelly's works.
Glens Falls Music AcademyMusic2 Harrison Ave, Glens Falls, NY, 12801, United StatesLessons, retail, professional recording studio.
North Country Arts CouncilArt Groups52 Public Square, Watertown, NY, 13601, United StatesThe NCAC's Arts On The Square is a community arts space for cultural education, performances, gallery exhibit, sales, workshops, is home of the North Country Arts Council, and more.
Riverflow StudioArtists155 Haack Rd, Winthrop, NY, 13697, United StatesMarion Bradish lives and creates at her home and studio located along the St. Regis River with her husband, Patrick, and her Labrador Retrievers, Grace and Gloria. She was raised on a dairy farm in the St. Lawrence River Valley of Northern New York, at the foot of the Adirondack Mountains in the midst of a vast display of nature. Therefore, it is no surprise that her art also explores the natural world.
CALaMay CarvingArtists34 Wallace Wood Ln, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesI am a woodcarver with a love of Old World Santas and the work of master carvers and artists in Russia whose Santa's are nothing short of spectacular. I have lived all my life in the Adirondack Mountains of northern New York which is also reflected in my work. A number of years ago I added a quilt pattern to the robe of one of my Santa carvings -- and I was hooked. Now all of my carvings are an effort in "quilting in wood".
Anne Sutherland ArtArtists166 Main St, Greenwich, NY, 12834, United StatesI am an entrepreneur and artist. I began my careers in Glens Falls/Lake George/Saratoga Area in the 1970’s. In 1996 I brought my artist/entrepreneurial spirit to Nantucket and grew a few more businesses there as well as a professional artist career spanning 18 years. Moving back to Greenwich, NY was an easy decision for my husband and me. The beauty of Washington County with it’s strong art community, an historic home in town with a carriage house/barn/future studio and inspiring landscape was the perfect place to retire, be close to family and just paint.
Artist S. T. FletcherArtists11523 North Lake Rd, Forestport, NY, 13338, United StatesThe oil paintings of award winning Adirondack artist S.T. Fletcher. Now taking commission work.
Rachel LambArtists1471 Rt 3, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesThough I enjoyed experimenting with a variety of mediums during my childhood in Chazy, NY and studying studio art at St. Lawrence University, wood carving is my expression of choice. I first used chisels to carve a relief form while participating in a woodworking course in 2001. I was given instruction on how to carve and was then left to my own devices. The possibilities for manipulating dimension, shape, texture, size, and color is appealing as is the forgiving nature of the medium. When carving, I feel a sense of calm and focus that lures me to work for hours at a time. I become intent on making precise incisions and watching as the curls of wood smoothly lift from the board. My motivation stems mostly from exploring the natural world. I also enjoy creating abstract forms that develop on their own as I carve.
Paula Ann Ford, Fine ArtistArtists230 Spruce Dr, Thendara, NY, 13472, United States"Landscapes are my chosen subject because I have always been amazed at the way nature arranges its compositions into scenes that capture my heart, my imagination, and stay in my memories. My paintings become keepsakes of the places from my journeys and they represent happy times and come from the memories of fresh mountain breezes, fragrant wild flowers, and the changing seasons. As the historian records past events, so shall I record the ever changing landscapes of our time and leave souvenirs for all to be reminded of the places visited in our travels.” Paula Ann Ford
Heidi Gutersloh ArtistArtists64 Ironwood Way, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesArt discovered Heidi when she was invited by her third grade art teacher to be part of an exclusive after school painting class. What she in turn discovered was a lifetime passion to be able to look at a scene, an old rusted antique or a playful animal, or as she says…"whatever moves me," and get it onto canvas. Living in the Adirondacks, Heidi is finally realizing a dream as a founding member of NorthWind Fine Arts.
Beads from the BarnArtists588 Hardy Road, Wilmington, NY, 12997, United StatesLauren began creating beaded jewelry over twenty years ago, but only in the last several years has branched out to create with fused glass and metal clays. An artist in Jay taught her how to cut, design and fire fused glass and she’s taken metal clay classes with Nancy Miller, an amazing metal clay jewelry designer based in Saratoga Springs, NY.
Catherine MooreArtists53 Stony Creek Rd, Tupper Lake, NY, 12986, United StatesOriginal watercolor paintings, Giclee prints and cards.
Jeanne Dupre ArtArtists5 Hillside Dr, Constantia, NY, 13044, United StatesJeanne Dupre is primarily a watercolor landscape artist. Inspired by her daily walks and the ever changing seasons of central New York, she has been painting professionally for about 20 years.
Clinton PotteryArtists66 1/2 Utica St, Clinton, NY, 13323, United StatesThe present Clinton Pottery is located at 66 Utica Street, half a mile from the original location. Owner Jonathan Woodward continues the Clinton pottery tradition providing sturdy, high quality pottery to the village and beyond. Jonathan was born in England in1955 and like Gregory, he learned his trade through a formal apprenticeship.
Landmark Art Studio and GalleryArtists2317 Holman City Road, Clayville, NY, 13322, United StatesGrowing up in Central New York, and at an early age becoming fascinated with its colorful history and architecture, it seemed natural that my bent for art should focus on this – primarily the rural buildings. Sadly, many of which I've painted are no longer in existence, having fallen victim to time, neglect, vandalism or what we label as "progress". It is my intent to record some of these grand old structures as they appear today so as not to be forgotten by future generations. Although self taught, my education and inspiration has been and continues to be shaped through fellow artists and others who share my love for this area and its history.
Kari Zelson Robertson CeramicsArtists28279 Route 126, Rutland Center, NY, 13612, United StatesIn the Spring of 2014 I studied for two months with David Eichelberger at the Penland Craft School, in North Carolina. Since then I have added a small Amish building to my property, to serve as a “fairweather gallery”, open by appointment or happenstance. My studio is attached to my farmhouse, up on the hill in Rutland Center, across the street from the cows and next to the silo. A perfect spot to make pots.
Silver Bench JewelryArtists8272 Soft Maple Road, Croghan, NY, 13327, United StatesI started silversmithing over twenty years ago, took some time off to raise our two sons and tried my hand at basket making, then returned to my first love in 2002. I truly enjoy being back at the bench! All of my jewelry is hand constructed by me, I do not cast anything, I build it. My tools consist mostly of a torch, some hammers, an anvil, pliers, a drill and a coping saw. For raw materials I buy sterling and fine silver in the form of wire, sheet and some tubing. These materials allow me to make handmade sterling silver jewelry and much more.
Meredith Johnston - Aerobie Fields PotteryArtists171 Merriam Forge Rd, Westport, NY, 12993, United StatesDuring my days of teaching and child rearing, I had a small pottery studio in my house and I continued my interest in pottery as a hobby. Upon retiring, with more time on my hands, I turned a life-long hobby into a business. My husband felt that the cramped studio conditions were holding back my ability to develop as a potter. With his encouragement, we established Aeorbie Fields Pottery. An architect friend, Carl Stearns, designed the building and our friends at High Peak Carpentry, Bob Wagner and Kevin Boyle, with help help from a summer employee, Jake Hipps, built it. People ask me about the name, "Aerobie Fields Pottery."
David Patterson ArtistArtists230 Spruce Dr, Thendara, NY, 13472, United StatesI am a very diverse artist, creating soft pastel paintings, digital photography, and colorful glass sculptures. My digital photography consists of a wide variety of images - Including Corporate abstracts, classic cars, Man Cave items, and scenes from the Pacific Northwest to the Adirondack Mountains of New York. My soft pastel paintings are mostly impressionistic landscapes and cityscapes. I have created over 150 beautiful solid glass sculptures. I obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Washington State University, where I specialized in graphic design and photography. I am a current member of the Adirondack Pastel Society. Represented by Gallery 3040 in Old Forge.
Saratoga JewelsArtistsOld Saratoga Road, Gansevoort, NY, 12831, United StatesSaratoga Jewels is a unique brand of handcrafted jewelry inspired by nature and infused with symbolism. Julie Leininger is the designer-maker behind the brand. She strives to create timeless designs with a deeper meaning that you can embrace while expressing your individuality.
Crary Mills PotteryArtists174 County Route 35, Canton, NY, 13617, United StatesRon Larsen established Crary Mills Pottery, located in northern New York, in 1978 after 15yrs. as a mathematics professor. His training in ceramics comes primarily from studio experience and the making of many pots, although he has studied for longer or shorter periods with a number of nationally known potters, among whom are Karen Karnes, Warren MacKenzie and Gerry Williams. The pots from Crary Mills Pottery are intended for use, not contemplation. They are meant to inform the daily rituals of life with the unique qualities, both tactile and visual offered only by hand-made work.
Judith Utter Natural Science ArtArtists5 Jingleville Rd, Canton, NY, 13617, United StatesJudith Utter is a prized Natural Science Artist known primarily for her paintings focused on Botanicals,Fish, and Birds. Judith's Natural Science Illustrations and Fine Art paintings are collected across the United States and Internationally. Ms. Utter draws inspiration from the beautiful streams, lakes, rivers and mountains of the Adirondacks and St. Lawrence River regions where she resides and also her travels to other locations.
Mary Harding JewelryArtists162 County Rd 14, Rensselaer Falls, NY, 13680, United StatesIn her ceramic work, Mary Harding works mostly with lowfire clay. She likes the way the clay expresses earthen textures even after multiple firings. There is always that element of the fundamental soil and mineral structure that makes up a clay body shining through in her work. Mary's work expresses the subtle undercurrents and eddies stirred by her lifelong interest in contemporary masters such as John Cage, Freda Kahlo, and Marguerite Duras. Careful attention to the nuances of Mary Harding's work reveals the cross-current created by her fascination with the folk artist and her search to find and celebrate place in her Northern New York home and childhood experiences in the Southwest.
Scott Ouderkirk StudiosArtists291 River Road, Hammond, NY, 13646, United StatesScott Ouderkirk firmly believes that creating art always starts with a sketch and grows from there. He has spent the last 25 years refining his drawing skills and his ability to draw is what Scott Ouderkirk Studios is built upon. A pile of sketchbooks have been filled so that he can easily put his ideas and yours onto paper and then grow it into a beautiful stained glass window, or a hand drawn guitar case, or a painting, or any other medium you desire.
Holly Friesen ArtistArtistsTupper Lake, NY, 12986, United StatesHolly Friesen was born in Saskatchewan, studied Visual Arts at John Abbott College in Montreal and painting at York University in Toronto. Through many years of travel she discovered the portability of watercolours and honed her skills by painting on location. Settling in Mont-Tremblant, QC, Holly opened Artbeat Studio where she painted and taught for 20 years. While living and working in the Laurentians she painted from close observation of nature. She rediscovered the luscious physicality of oils and the textural versatility of acrylics. The scale of her paintings continually grew to accommodate the large movement she felt within herself and the earth around her. Her newest pieces are largely informed by internal metaphors and dream images she encounters when painting from inside the landscape.
Adriano Manocchia Fine ArtArtists87 Whitecreek Shunpike Road, Cambridge, NY, 12816, United StatesAdriano Manocchia, born in New York in 1951, began a career in photo-journalism while completing his BA degree for literature from Pace University in New York. Upon completion of college, Adriano ran his own photo/film agency covering events for television and print media. His work has taken him aboard the aircraft carrier Nimitz, on mid-air refueling missions, on the Goodyear Blimp, and on numerous assignments to the White House. In 1983, Adriano began spending his free time painting. A year later he decided to undertake this new challenge full time.
Matt Burnett PaintingsArtists24 Jenkins St, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesAs a native of the Adirondack Mountain Region, my career as an artist has been molded by an unusually rural upbringing and access to the natural resources of upstate New York. Throughout my life I have been drawn towards the exploration of primordial environments. Through continual inquiry and engagement with wilderness –as site, as concept, and above all as experience—I have adopted painting as a means through which to engage in the non-sentient, as a device for seeking the objective access of structure and growth beyond human influence.
Larsen StudioArtistsEdinburg, NY, 12134, United StatesAnn is an award winning artist living in upstate New York's Adirondack Mountains. Born in Louisivlle, KY, Ann began traveling and living throughout the United States at the age of 18. After completing a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Central Oklahoma, she and her family moved to Denver, CO where Ann began to focus on her painting and fell in love with the western landscape. Even though she lives in a beautiful part of the country, where plein air painting is a challenge almost any time of year, Ann also spends time painting on the coast of Maine and throughout the Southwest.
Antler Sculpture by WilfredArtistsClifton Park, NY, 12065, United StatesHere you will find a unique form of sculpture made from shed antlers. Antlers are grown and shed each year producing one of a kind forms to create with. Each piece of art is an original with replication virtually impossible. I offer a unique style not common among artists, a contemporary rustic nature. Many pieces will be equally pleasing in diverse settings from the camp to the home or office. Prices generally range from $350 to $4000. Please feel free to contact me for more detailed information and pricing.
Waterfowl Carvings by Gary StollerArtists738 Co Hwy 122, Gloversville, NY, 12078, United StatesGary Stoller carves waterfowl, song birds, game birds and birds of prey using basswood or white cedar. Creating this incredibly detailed art has been a hobby of Stoller's for the past 38 years. Each creation is hand-carved and painted in exquisite detail down to the tiniest feather.
Anne DiggoryArtists173 Circular Street, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866, United StatesAnne Diggory lives in Saratoga Springs, NY, and frequently paints in the Adirondacks and on her travels to places such as Arizona, Alaska and Morocco. She graduated from Yale and has a Master of Fine Arts degree from Indiana University. She exhibits extensively in the New York and New England area and is represented by Blue Mountain Gallery in New York City.
Dorett Miller ArtistArtists102 White Street, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866, United StatesDoretta Miller, known for her gouache and watercolor paintings of China, recently returned to painting in oils on canvas. Recent subjects include local scenes, and still life objects including portraits of chairs. Her work is included in the permanent collections of The Albany Institute of History and Art, and The Hyde Collection, and is represented at First Street Gallery, NYC.
Paul Chapman ArtArtists12 Morgan Drive, Hudson Falls, NY, 12839, United StatesI paint what I feel like painting. That means that I might have a body of work that shares ideas and style but I might follow that with something completely different. I am still feeling my way through the forest of art. I am looking for images that help me understand my world. I am looking for challenging subject matter. Realism is the style that best describes what I like to portray. I work from photos - my camera is my sketchbook. My paintings describe who I am.
Glenn Tree ArtArtists1048 Route 9, Queensbury, NY, 12804, United StatesA Long Island native, Glenn Durlacher has been sculpting professionally for more than 30 years. His sculpting career began with creating ice sculptures while working as a banquet chef for Marriott hotels. Over the years, he has sculpted centerpieces for many prestigious events, including Hilary Clinton’s senatorial campaign and the First Night New Year celebrations in Albany and Saratoga Springs.
Wintergreen KnollArtists277 Curtiss Road, Salisbury, NY, 13454, United StatesWood carving for more than two decades - selling mostly wildlife sculptures to customers across the country.
Northstar SculpturesArtistsBleecker, NY, 12078, United StatesNorthstar Sculptures is a creative expression of art that comes from Sara Winter. For several years now, Sara has been using a chainsaw to carve big (and little) hunks of wood into beautiful carvings of animals and other unique and beautiful shapes.
Chainsaw CreationsArtists2831 State Rt 9, Lake George, NY, 12845, United States
Kevin Raines ArtArtistsWadhams, NY, 12993, United StatesBorn out of a deep concern for environmental conservation Kevin Raines' landscapes reflect his love of the outdoors and explore the wildness of nature. Many of the images he paints are a result of collaborative work with individuals and organizations in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia: The Nature Conservancy, UNESCO, The Audubon Society, Adirondack Council, and The Wildlands Network.
The Dutchmaster's Joinery, LtdArtists15 Spring St, Fort Plain, NY, 13339, United StatesResch’s use of light and texture is the signature of her unique style of watercolor artistry as she paints to the seasons. Celebrating the spirit of winter, spring, summer and autumn in a variety of subject matter, Joanne paints from the heart in a spirit of deep appreciation for seasonal beauty.
Midair StudioArtists359 Fisher Road, Cold Brook, NY, 13324, United StatesMidair Studio offers custom creative services for your home and business. Your home and office require visual decor. Midair Studio's fine art prints, murals, and original art are a pleasure to live with.
A Teaspoon of SilverArtistsPO Box 426, Long Lake, NY, 12847, United StatesUnique silver & upcycled spoon jewelry
Frederick Holman Fine ArtArtistsPO Box 261, Brant Lake, NY, 12815, United StatesFred Holman started painting in 2005. What began as an interest in refining his drawing skills turned into a passion for exploring the joys of nature and the challenge of the inanimate objects through painting. He is a Landscape Architect and Planner by profession, so the outdoors and creating beautiful, functional spaces have been part of his life for over 40 years.
Lynn Benevento Adirondack ArtistArtistsFour Bridge Street, Lake Luzerne, NY, 12846, United StatesLynn's paintings have been displayed in many juried shows in the Saratoga and Adirondack regions. She has shown in the annual regional competition at Crandall Library in Glens Falls where she has earned both second and first place ribbons. Her works have received several awards at the Saratoga Arts council's "Art in the Park" shows.
Intaglio PrintsArtists31 Conifer Lane, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesNon-toxic printmaking combining centuries old process of intaglio printmaking with digital imaging.
The Lady's Got GlassArtists5 Somerset Lane, Scotia, NY, 12302, United StatesFused glass - mostly functional dishes and serving pieces, but some art glass as well
The Adirondack ArtistArtistsPoland, NY, 13431, United States
Kathryn Bartscht Fine ArtArtistsSt Johnsville, NY, 13452, United StatesI'm inspired to paint by the beauty I've seen in my travels.
JC Parker Fine ArtArtistsSaratoga Springs, NY, 12866, United StatesOriginal art & commissioned paintings, prints, cards, decorative art and licensed images, as well as multi-panel murals.
Brush Strokes by Jane BynonArtistsDolgeville, NY, 13329, United States
Frank Wilcox Adirondack LandscapesArtists700 E. Monroe Street, Little Falls, NY, 13365, United States
Jessica Van Slyke SeeleyArtists110 Bowlers Hill Road, Gloversville, NY, 12078, United StatesOil paintings, drawings
Arlene RambushArtists130 North Road, Northville, NY, 12134, United StatesHand woven towels, runners, place mats, scarves
Doge House Lakeside GalleryArtists936 South Shore Road, Edinburg, NY, 12134, United StatesPaintings inspired not only by the light and color in nature
Frances Gaffney ArtistArtistsState Route 28, Wevertown, NY, 12886, United StatesFrances lives and works on a houseboat on the Hudson River in New York. She has been painting since 1974. After attending the Fashion Institute of Technology she worked in New York as a textile designer. Frances worked both as a free-lance artist and as a full-time print designer in a commercial studio. Frances is dedicated to representational art, forever classic and enduring.
Point of ViewArtists815 State Route 86, Gabriels, NY, 12939, United StatesThe box of used pastels I received as a very young artist was the beginning of my very long love affair with color. So too was the figure, when I enrolled the first time in a life drawing class with a live model placed in front of me and a dozen other artists. Those early memories are nearly as dusty as the work I make on paper of the Adirondack people and its landscape.
Edith's GalleryArtists305 County Rt 60, Onchiota, NY, 12989, United StatesEdith Urban is a very capable Adirondack artist whose work is represented in oil. Edith was born in the Adirondacks, lived most of her life here and has painted for over 40 years. Her work is represented in landscapes, wildlife and occasionally a portrait of a favorite family pet of the present or in memorial.
Suzanne Langelier-LebedaArtistsSaranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesMy work reflects experience as a graphic designer, creating visuals with a purpose.
Peter SewardArtists366 Averyville Road, Lake Placid, NY, 12946, United StatesI grew up as one of five children. We didn't fully appreciate our artist-parents' efforts to introduce us to painting and majestic landscapes. After all these years, I am embracing early influences shaped by geography in my paintings. I worked professionally as an illustrator behind the scenes in New York City for two decades. Since moving to the Adirondack Park in 2004, I'm conscious of being part of the continuum of the Hudson River School. My recent body of work, entitled "Stealth Towers," has been showcased in solo and group exhibitions in upstate New York, New York City, New Mexico and Connecticut.
Shawn L. HalperinArtists6088 Rt 30, Lake Clear, NY, 12945, United StatesHer interest in art began early and she continued her education in the arts at Syracuse University, receiving her BFA in Fine Art and Sculpture. She has worked in many mediums over the years with recent work primarily in mixed media and carved wood, done from her studio in Lake Clear.
Valerie Patterson Watercolor PaintingsArtistsSaranac Lake, NY, 12983, United States
Catherine HartungArtistsSaranac Lake, NY, 12983, United States
Peter Shrope StudioArtists473 County Route 60, Rainbow Lake, NY, 12976, United StatesUnique hand crafted pottery using original glaze recipes made with 100% pure crushed Adirondack roc
Gail McKay - Acrylic PaintingsArtists71 Breezy Acres Lane, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesCapturing Nature in Paint!
Jacqueline Altman WatercolorsArtists12 Harbor Lane Unit 3, Lake Placid, NY, 12946, United StatesWatercolors, specializing in Adirondack Landscapes & Florals. Commissions accepted.
Matt Paul DrawingsArtistsSaranac Lake, NY, 12983, United States
Snowline DesignArtistsPO Box 490, South Colton, NY, 13687, United States
Mountain Farm StudiosArtists9979 St Rte 3, Sugar Bush, NY, 12989, United StatesWood Carvings, using locally found wood & traditional hand
Sandra Hildreth Adirondack ArtArtists182 Lake St, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesAdirondack Landscapes, Mandalas & Plein Air Paintings
Train Brook ForgeArtists243 State Route 86, Paul Smiths, NY, 12970, United StatesCustom made and commissioned pieces from steel, brass and copper using traditional and modern methods of professional blacksmithing. Educated in traditional methods from 18th cent. Baroque to 20th. cent. Arts and Craft. This actual blacksmith studio has earned a reputation of producing work of the highest quality. The singular nature of each piece, documented by number and photograph, has placed the heirloom work in the realm of historic Adirondack art.
East Side StudioArtists828 Point Road, Willsboro, NY, 12996, United StatesBy Appointment
Bill Evans Art PicturesArtistsPO Box 353, Jay, NY, 12941, United StatesLooking back over the years geography has played a major role in defining my work. Along with a year in France, trips to South America, and regular stays in NYC, for over thirty years, I consistently divided my time between John Street Studios,in Utica,NY, and an Adirondack camp in Essex Co, NY. The two locations made it possible to interact with the wild nature as well as the urban scene, and stylistically, the pictures evolved whether it meant hiking to a new vantage point or observing what happened right outside my window.
The Art of Wilson BickfordArtists3592 State Highway 58, Gouveneur, NY 13642, United StatesI'm a full-time artist and instructor who is lucky enough to make my living doing something I ENJOY! My students are my best friends and it's great that we can get together and create. I'm just a guy who appreciates and enjoys Nature and sees beauty in things many people overlook.
Willman GalleryArtists1443 Snells Bush Rd, Little Falls, NY, 13365, United StatesUpstate New York artist Robert Willman works in watercolor and oil.
Deborah Kaufman StudioArtists134 Fish and Game Road, Little Falls, NY, 13365, United StatesLittle Falls, New York native, Deborah Kaufman is a self-taught landscape artist inspired by a childhood spent at her grandparents' camp at Spruce Lake. After a lengthy career as a high-tech executive in Texas, Kaufman returned to her Adirondack roots and Spruce Lake, where she resides today.
Lutz Scherneck StudioArtists5 Sullivan St, Dolgeville, NY, 13328, United StatesThe common understanding of the word abstract is that which denotes or implies something apart from the actual thing. In line with that definition, all representative art should correctly be termed abstract, paint applied on a surface representing something in the natural world. When referring to art that does not contain recognizable images, the term Non-representational Art is preferable over Abstract Art.
Essex County Arts CouncilArt GroupsPO Box 187, Westport, NY, 12993, United StatesThe Essex County Arts Council is a non-profit organization founded in 1983 for the purpose of promoting, developing and sustaining the cultural life of Essex County, NY communities. We serve artists and arts organizations in the expansive Essex County, which is one of only two New York counties completely within the six-million acre Adirondack State Park.
betterArtsArt Groups31060 Cottage Hill Road, Redwood, NY, 13679, United StatesbetterArts is dedicated to expanding cultural and creative opportunities of the rural North Country by offering year-round artist residencies, art and music lessons, studio space and cultural events for people living locally and beyond. Our purpose is to make the arts available to all. Our mission affords people the opportunity to discover and develop their creative and artistic spirit while providing an education in land stewardship and sustainable agriculture. betterArts refers to the art of living, extending beyond the accepted parameters of art to encompass all aspects of intentional and creative living.
Foothills Art SocietyArt GroupsMain Street, Malone, NY, 12953, United StatesWe understand that the arts are an integral part of any region and enrich the cultural fabric of society. Our mission is to continue to develop artistic creativity in our area as well as support local artists and inspire new talent. Through various artist workshops, quality performances, and children’s programming, the Foothills ARTSociety makes art possible right here on our doorstep in northern Franklin County. From the ballet to creating glass mosaics in the park, Foothills brings our community, both young and old, together to enjoy both visual and performing arts. Here are just some of the things that we do!
Long Lake Artisans CooperativeArt GroupsLake St, Long Lake, NY, 12847, United StatesMission Statement: First of all, to support local artists and craftspeople. Secondly to foster the presentation and recognition of local arts and crafts as a vital part of our Adirondack cultural heritage and economy. And finally, to encourage creative expression and education through exhibitions of its members’ works, demonstrations, workshops and classes.
Utica Art AssociationArt GroupsPO Box 348, Utica, NY, 13503, United StatesThe Utica Art Association is a nonprofit organization serving the Central New York arts community. We provide information and support to regional artists. Artists work in a wide variety of medium. The Utica Art Association (UAA) was organized in the 1830’s.
Schroon Lake Arts CouncilArt GroupsPO Box 812, Schroon Lake, NY, 12870, United StatesFocused on cultivating, promoting, fostering, sponsoring, and developing musical and visual arts.
Sacandaga Valley Arts NetworkArt GroupsPO Box 660, Northville, NY, 12134, United StatesPromoting the arts throughout the Sacandaga Region
North Country Arts CenterArt Groups6 Pine Street, Glens Falls, NY, 12801, United StatesA non-profit cultural organization established in 1971
Saratoga ArtsArt Groups320 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866, United StatesArts Center - Arts Council
Saranac Lake ArtWorksArt Groups24 Cedar Street, Saranac Lake, NY, 12983, United StatesSaranac Lake ArtWorks is a collaboration of artists, arts-related businesses, and organizations with the goal of promoting the Arts in Saranac Lake and the surrounding Adirondack communities. ArtWorks encompasses the Visual Arts, Drama, Literature, and Music. Individual artists, performers, and writers are encouraged to join as well as businesses and organizations.
Lake George Music Festival, Inc.Art GroupsLake George, NY, 12845, United StatesSince its conception, the Lake George Music Festival has brought together professionals, current students or faculty, or alumni from many prestigious institutions including the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the symphonies of Atlanta, Charlotte, Richmond, Kansas City, New World, Dallas, Boise, Detroit, San Antonio; the Pittsburgh Opera, the Ying Quartet, Astral Artists, Young Concert Artists; and nearly every music conservatory in the nation including the Curtis Institute of Music, the Juilliard School, and the Eastman School of Music. Live festival recordings have been featured on a variety of radio programs including NPR’s “Performance Today.”
Lower Adirondack Regional Arts CouncilArt Groups7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls, NY, 12801, United StatesThe Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council (LARAC) was founded in 1972 to unify the arts community and establish a cultural identity for the region. LARAC is honored to support the local artistic tradition while challenging and inspiring the community’s vision of what art is and what it contributes to our lives. LARAC offers exhibits, workshops, lectures, readings, and artists’ demonstrations for children and adults. Services for artists and arts organizations include: business seminars, gallery and shop exhibition opportunities, arts festivals, grants for arts and cultural projects and more. LARAC is located in a beautifully restored Victorian carriage house in the historic district of downtown Glens Falls, NY.
Lake George Arts ProjectArt Groups1 Amherst St, Lake George, NY, 12845, United StatesThe Lake George Arts Project is known for its creative and diverse fund raising events which include Bands and Beans, a chili and music fest in March; The Summer Sunset Cruise aboard the Adirondac on Lake George in June; a golf tournament in September; and a variety of other events. Admission to the Courthouse Gallery, Jazz Weekend, Summer Concerts, and many special events are free to the public.
The Arts Council for the Northern AdirondacksArt Groups6459 Main Street, Westport, NY, 12993, United StatesThe Arts Council for the Northern Adirondacks is a cultural organization whose primary goals are to encourage, develop, promote and sustain the cultural life of our local and regional communities. It is our belief that the arts help build stronger communities and enrich personal experience. By promoting education and history, encouraging creation and interaction, the knowledge of work and spirit, both past and present, art promotes and celebrates the richness of creative expression and human endeavor. Our efforts are varied and far-reaching and provide support and services, not only to Artists and Organizations, but Individuals, Constituents and Tourists alike.
St Lawrence County Arts CouncilArt Groups18 Elm Street, Potsdam, NY, 13676, United StatesSLC Arts "builds community through the arts" by providing: Artist Support, Community Art Education, and Cultural Enrichment.
North of Adirondack Artists GalleryGalleries465 East Main Street, Malone, NY, 12953, United States
Fusion Art & Gift GalleryGalleries8584 Turin Road, Rome, NY, 13440, United States
Hubbard Hall Projects, Inc.Art Centers25 E. Main Street, Cambridge, NY, 12816, United StatesHubbard Hall Projects, Inc. (HHP) is a non-profit rural community multi-arts center dedicated to bringing the best of theater, music, dance and the visual arts to our region. We are located in Cambridge, NY which is less than a hour’s drive through beautiful rolling farmland from: Albany, NY, Saratoga Springs, NY, Williamstown, MA, and Manchester, VT.
Munson-williams-Proctor Arts InstituteArt Centers310 Genesee St, Utica, NY, 13502, United StatesNamed for three generations of one family, MWPAI continues to support their belief in the prominent role the arts play in cultivating a vibrant community through the Museum of Art, Performing Arts and School of Art.
Salem Art WorksArt Centers19 Cary Lane, Salem, NY, 12865, United StatesFounded by Anthony Cafritz in 2005, Salem Art Works supports emerging and established artists dedicated to creating new, progressive work, and promotes understanding and appreciation of contemporary art within the region. Based upon this tenet, SAW offers opportunities in four focal areas: cultural events, exhibitions, educational workshops, and artist programs.
Remsen Arts CenterArt Centers9627 Main Street, Remsen, NY, 13438, United StatesPromoting the performing and visual arts in Central New York.
Paul Nigra Center for Creative ArtsArt Centers2736 State Highway 30, Gloversville, NY, 12078, United StatesThe Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, a beautiful, year-round arts center open to the community, will house premium art venues, host fun family events and provide educational opportunities for persons of all ages and levels of ability. The Paul Nigra Center was founded in 2015 by Lexington, an accredited, award-winning provider of disability services in New York State. Lexington offers an array of programs, services and supports to approximately 1,000 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Fulton and Albany Counties. Lexington continues to expand and diversify while remaining deeply committed to its core values and mission of excellence. Lexington has developed a full array of services and resources to help people achieve their goals in life.
Whallonsburg Grange HallArt Centers1610 NYS Route 22, Whallonsburg, NY, 12936, United StatesThe Whallonsburg Grange Hall was built by Grange PoH Chapter 954 in 1915. It was used for Grange functions and meetings for decades and is a part of the memories of people throughout the region who attended dances, weddings, receptions, suppers and other events here.
Dodge Pratt Northam Art CenterArt Centers106 Schuyler Street, Boonville, NY, 13309, United StatesThe purpose of the Dodge Pratt Northam Art and Community Center is to provide area residents with the opportunity to enjoy locally, high quality and affordable cultural programs.
Rome Art and Community CenterArt Centers308 West Bloomfield Street, Rome, NY, 13440, United StatesRome Art and Community Center, Rome's only multi-arts facility, serves Rome and Oneida County, offering both cultural and community programming at little or no cost to the public. RACC welcomes almost 15,000 visitors annually, from four counties and visitors from all over the U.S.
Kirkland Art CenterArt Centers9 1/2 East Park Row, Clinton, NY, 13323, United StatesThe Kirkland Art Center was established over 50 years ago in the second floor of the town library as a meeting place. From the beginning there were classes, exhibitions, films, concerts and lectures. The KAC is now an active, regional, multi-arts center, located in an old church, barn and connecting addition, on the village green.
Full Moon Reflections Art CenterArt Centers80 Main Street, Camden, NY, 13316, United States
The Shirt FactoryArt Centers71 Lawrence Street, Glens Falls, NY, 12801, United StatesThe historic building that once housed the renowned McMullen-Leaven’s Company has been converted into professional studios where visitors find talented and skilled individuals in a wide range of fields, offering classes, services, products, and more.
Mohawk Valley Center for the ArtsArt Centers401 Canal Place, Little Falls, NY, 13365, United StatesMohawk Valley Center for the Arts, Inc. is a non-profit organization that promotes and facilitates the arts for residents of the Mohawk Valley. Our vision is to enhance the quality of life by creating opportunities for learning, personal creativity, and artistic expression. Since 1982, Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts (“MVCA”) has worked to be a leader and advocate for these arts through education and promotion of interest and understanding of the arts, thereby advancing appreciation of the arts.
TAUNY GalleryArt Centers53 Main Street, Canton, NY, 13617, United StatesA nonprofit organization dedicated to showcasing the folk culture and living traditions of New York's North Country.
The Strand Center for the ArtsArt Centers23 Brinkerhoff St, Plattsburgh, NY, 12901, United StatesSince its inception in 2000, The Strand Center for the Arts has played a vital role in the development of the arts through Presenting and Arts Education. The Strand Center for the Arts has strived to collaborate with the community organizations and to help strengthen the economics of the North Country. The Strand Center for the Arts has been a long-time partner with the New York State Office of Children and Family Services, providing a variety of scholarships for area youth to participate in ArtQuest programming, Theatre for Youth and other programs benefiting young students. The Strand Center has also formed a partnership with the United Way, allowing it to further serve disadvantaged children and allowing those that fall below the poverty line still have access to the Arts!
Lake Placid Center for the ArtsArt Centers17 Algonquin Drive, Lake Placid, NY, 12946, United StatesThe Lake Placid Center for the Arts is a year-round performing and visual Arts Facility. Located in the Adirondack Park of Northern New York, the LPCA consistently presents arts of the highest caliber in music, dance and theatre performances, film exhibitions and visual arts presentations. In addition, the Arts Center provides special arts-in education programs, workshops and residencies for aspiring and renowned artists. The Arts Center is the home of the Lake Placid School of Ballet, LPCA Children's Theatre, Community Theatre Players, as well as the Summer home of the Lake Placid Sinfonietta.
View Arts CenterArt Centers3273 State Route 28, Old Forge, NY, 13420, United StatesFounded in 1951, View is a multi-arts center in Old Forge, New York, housed in facility (2011) designed for arts programming. Open year-round, View draws artists from across North American for its juried exhibitions, and shows the work of regional and local artists in the smaller galleries. Four galleries are airy and light, offering excellent viewing and display.
Adirondack Lakes Center for the ArtsArt Centers3446 State Route 28, Blue Mountain Lake, NY, 12812, United StatesThe Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts is a multi-disciplinary arts center, serving over 2,000 square miles of the Adirondack Park. The Arts Center provides services to the non-profit field as a presenter, producer and educator in the artistic disciplines of visual arts, theater, music, dance, and film throughout the Adirondack region as well as providing technical assistance to non-profits, local government, and area businesses.