Adirondack A&E e-News # 117
East Branch Friends of the Arts Presents
Barry Lobdell exhibit at Adirondack Artists Guild
On September 2nd, an opening reception will be held from 5-8 pm at the Adirondack Artists Guild in Saranac Lake, which will feature the work of photographer Barry Lobdell. This year represents Lobdell’s 50th as a photographic artist and 24th as a member of the Guild.
Now, 50 years beginning as a photographic artist, Lobdell has assembled an exhibition of photographs which have been taken since his introduction to the art of photography. Approximately half of the photos represent his concentration on “street photography”- candid images of people and their creations, mainly in black and white and taken during the first half of this 50-year period. The remainder of the show is made up almost exclusively of landscape images, mostly of the Adirondacks, where he has lived for the past 26 years.
He counts the works in this exhibit among his favorites and all of them are newly created, whether from original negatives and slides or digital files. The images were made with a variety of cameras, both film-based and digital. Specialized cameras among his hardware have been Hasselblad and Noblex panoramic cameras as well as a Fujifilm X100 model, which is modified for infrared shooting.
More on Barry Lobdell and his work may be found HERE.
Hill and Hollow Music Presents
Paul Meyers’ World on a String
Labor Day: Monday, September 5 at 3 PM at Weatherwatch Farm, Saranac
“…one of the most eloquent jazz guitarists since Kenny Burrell…” James Gavin, The New York Times.
Jazz trio featuring Paul Meyers on nylon string guitar, Leo Traversa on bass, Vanderlei Pereira on drums – highly respected artists in the international jazz world. Music that fuses jazz traditions with rhythms and concepts from Brazilian, Latin, folk, classical music and beyond. Paul Meyers’ deeply personal version of jazz with a world music perspective – all with a swinging, grooving foundation. More info HERE.
Weatherwatch Farm, 550 Number 37 Road, Saranac
Monarch Fest – “The Truth About Butterflies”
With Children’s Author Maxwell Eaton III
September 3, 11 am – 12 pm, FREE
Children’s author and illustrator Maxwell Eaton III will be at the VIC to read his book The Truth About Butterflies, another hilarious addition to this fan favorite series. It’s a funny, informational book about what butterflies are really like. This guide to the majestic butterfly walks you through its unique life cycle and offers anything you ever wanted to know about the colorful insect.
Read more about all the activities at Monarch Fest at the VIC, Saturday, September 3, 10 – 4, HERE.
Paul Smith’s VIC, 8023 State Route 30, Paul Smiths
Lake George’s Biggest Party of the Year!
September 2 – 4, 2022
This three day, multi-band event will feature several of the premiere touring bands currently on the festival circuit. Located at the beautiful Charles R. Wood Festival Commons in the heart of Lake George, NY, the festival prides itself on high-quality production and an amazing atmosphere that is suitable for all ages. Music at the Festival Commons will start at 1 pm on Friday and 12 pm on Saturday and Sunday, with music running continuously across two side-by-side stages until 11pm each night. We will also have an incredible beer and wine selection, a full bar and the circuit’s finest food and merchandise vendors.
Gates open at 12 pm on Friday and 11 am on Saturday & Sunday.
More information, including the list of performers, is HERE..
The Bookstore Plus Hosts “Sidewalk Signing”
With author, Catherine McKenzie, on Saturday, September 3, 2022, from 3 – 5 pm, to sign her latest book Please Join Us.
About the Book: Please Join Us is a “propulsive thriller about secret organizations, hidden agendas, and the lengths one woman will go to reclaim her life”—Laura Dave, author of Reese’s Book Club Pick The Last Thing He Told Me.
About the Author: Catherine McKenzie was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. A graduate of McGill University in history and law, Catherine practiced law for twenty years before leaving to write full time. An avid runner, skier, and tennis player, she’s the author of numerous bestsellers including I’ll Never Tell and The Good Liar. Her works have been translated into multiple languages and Please Join Us, I’ll Never Tell, and You Can’t Catch Me have all been optioned for development into television series. Visit her at CatherineMcKenzie.com or follow her on Twitter @CEMcKenzie1 or Instagram @CatherineMcKenzieAuthor
The Bookstore Plus, 2491 Main Street, Lake Placid