Adirondack Artists Guild

Adirondack Artists Guild
Adirondack Artists Guild is listed in the Art Galleries Dealers & Consultants category in Saranac Lake, New York. Displayed below is the only current social network for Adirondack Artists Guild which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Adirondack Artists Guild on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 89.

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52 Main St
Saranac Lake, NY 12983
(518) 891-2615

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Tonight you will be able to enjoy extended Adk. Artists Guild gallery hours from 5-7:30 with the book signing of copies of "Voices from the Civil War: North and South, Men and Women, Black and White" by local author George J. Bryjak. Enjoy Valerie Patterson's featured member show, "Closer to the Light" which will be on display through July 2nd. A wide variety of Guild members' works will also be seen throughout the gallery.

We have Studio Tour information available at the Gallery, we always have an artist on duty, and 3 of our members are opening their studios to the public for the 1st ArtWorks Studio Tour at the end of June: Georgeanne Gaffney, Sandra Hildreth, and Mary Lou Reid.
I’ve written versions of the sentence, “the Adirondacks have inspired and attracted artists for centuries” a zillion times. (Now, a zillion and one times). It’s true - the jaw-dropping landscape and dramatic seasons offer a never-ending selection of subjects for artists of all genres.

Adirondack Artists Guild shared Saranac Lake Artworks's event.
Saranac Lake ArtWorks is hosting 2 plein air workshops this summer. These are great opportunities to learn from nationally known artist-teachers.
2-day plein air painting workshop, for oil and pastel artists, with nationally known Vermont artist Aline Ordman. Pre-registration required. More workship information at:
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Voices from the Civil War book signing Local author George J. Bryjak will be signing copies of his 2017 book, Voices from the Civil War: North and South, Men and Women, Black and White, at the Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery on 52 Main Street in Saranac Lake on Friday, June 23rd, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. What was it like to live during the American Civil War? Not only for soldiers, but for their wives and children, mothers and fathers, sweethearts and friends? How did people cope with four years of fear and misery, death and destruction? In Voices from the Civil War, Bryjak gives voice to 26 individuals who tell their stories. Grounded in historical fact, these fictional characters relate how they struggled to survive the greatest conflict in America’s history. Among the voices are an Alabama man who fought for the Union, a newly emancipated slave who refused to leave the plantation of her life-long bondage, a woman who lived in a cave with her starving family during the siege of Vicksburg, a soldier who survived the nightmare of captivity in a POW camp, and a woman who secretly turned to prostitution to support her disabled veteran husband and their child. Bryjak taught sociology and criminology for 24 years at the University of San Diego before moving to Bloomingdale with his wife, Diane. He is the co-author of four textbooks and numerous scholarly articles. His one-act plays have been performed in New York, Buffalo, Los Angeles, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Denver, Houston and Tampa.

Do you remember playing with paper airplanes? See how Valerie Patterson has captured that childhood memory in her 27x35 watercolor painting "Paper Airplanes" now on exhibit at the AAG gallery through July 2nd as part of her "Closer to the Light" featured member show.