Adirondack A&E e-News # 195

NorthWind Fine Arts Annual Juried Show, 2023

NorthWind Fine Arts is pleased to be showcasing their 2023 Annual Juried Show HERE now through the month of March.

Local artist Matt Burnett was the Juror of Selection and Awards. First place winner was Susanna Rakusin of Hillsborough, NC, for her cold wax and oil on wood panel, “Woman with Persimmon.” Local artist Valerie Patterson of Ogdensburg, NY took Second Place, for her watercolor “The Memory Shown in His Face,” and Third Place was won by Michael Lattanzio of Cohoes, NY for his powdered graphite and lead drawing “Work Horse.”

We are proud that many local artists are represented in this exhibit. They include Jacqueline Altman, Sharon Carey, Steven Cobb, Marie Cogar, Vera Doumanoff, Kathy Ford, Stephen Horne, Barry Lobdell, Patricia Martz, Ron Nolan, and Eleanor Sweeney. The show was open to artists worldwide, and 80 pieces were selected out of 260 entries. All accepted entries are on our website. Artists may be contacted directly for purchases, contact information is provided. All proceeds go directly to the artists.

NorthWind Fine Arts Gallery, 85 Main St, Saranac Lake

Champlain Valley Film Series Presents

Seneca Ray Stoddard: An Intimate Portrait of an Adirondack by Daniel Way, MD

Published by the Warren County Historical Society

This is the story of a remarkable American from upstate New York who emerged from humble beginnings during the post-Civil War era to become a renowned artist, author, photographer, explorer, surveyor, cartographer, traveler, inventor, lecturer and Adirondack environmentalist over a six-decade career. In so doing, he had a profound impact on the New York landscape that endures to the present day. However, although his achievements should have immortalized his name forever, Seneca Ray Stoddard had been all but forgotten by the mid-twentieth century.

This full color, 205 page book is $32.99, plus tax and shipping. One can order through Paypal (Line:, check or credit card by calling the society’s office at 518 743-0734.

Glens Falls Restaurant Week

March 5 – 11

Many local dining spots will participate in the first Glens Falls Restaurant Week (March 5th to the 11th), an initiative aimed at showcasing the diverse, budding local cuisine scene in our great city. Take advantage of the dining deals with restaurants offering multi-course prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus. The promotion encourages the discovery of new restaurants or repeat visits to favorite eateries across the city by offering delicious discounts.

More info at Glans Falls Collaborative HERE.

Ti Arts Downtown Gallery Presents

2023 Food from the Farm

North Country Arts Presents

More info HERE.

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