Exhibitions

The 2017 Audubon Photography Awards Winners

The 2017 Audubon Photography Awards Winners

The 2017 Audubon Photography Awards Winners Exhibit Sponsored by Southern Adirondack Audubon Society, Audubon Society of the Capital Region, and the Kelly Adirondack Center   12 award winning photographs from the 2017 Audubon photography contest and two reprints from the Schaffer Library Audubon Birds of America double elephant folio are on exhibit at the Kelly Adirondack Center April 12 through May 3, 2018.   Events Exhibit Opening– Thursday, April 12 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Please note the change in time. Live bird demonstrations and refreshments at the Kelly Adirondack...

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Exhibit: The High Peaks Photography of Manny Palacios

Exhibit: The High Peaks Photography of Manny Palacios

The High Peaks Photography of Manny Palacios January 23 through April 6, 2018 at The Kelly Adirondack Center Meet the Photographer Night April 6, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.   Open 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday This event is free and open to the public.   Preview select images at...

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“Parts but Little Known: Maps of the Adirondacks from 1556”

“Parts but Little Known: Maps of the Adirondacks from 1556”

The Adirondacks weren’t always on the map. In a 1756 British map drawn for troops in the French and Indian War, the region is conspicuously absent. In its place, the cartographer scrawled these words: “This Country by means of Mountains, Swamps and Drowned Lands is impassable and uninhabited.” Many later maps omitted all but the eastern side of the Adirondacks, where Lake Champlain and Lake George were used as routes for invasion and trade. Over time, however, mapmakers began to realize the potential of the Adirondacks for timber, mining, transportation, recreation and tourism. By the...

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Winter to Spring: Adirondack Paintings by Sandra Hildreth

Winter to Spring: Adirondack Paintings by Sandra Hildreth

On display from January 25 to April 28 Gallery Talk at 5:00 pm on Thursday, February 16 Winter to Spring, bitter cold to mud….  Most people, especially in the Adirondacks, think of winter and spring as less than enjoyable seasons. They’re often cold, dreary, damp, and unpleasant – months to endure before summer returns. But I find them a wonderful time to be out painting, as long as it’s not too cold. The oil paints don’t freeze, and in fact seem to become creamier the colder it gets. It’s the fingers and toes that need winter sun on a calm day with temps in the 20s for plein air painting....

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Art Exhibition | Anne Diggory: On Location in Keene Valley and Lake George

Art Exhibition | Anne Diggory:  On Location in Keene Valley and Lake George

Exhibition Corridor | Kelly Adirondack Center | January 13 – May 6, 2016 Exhibition Opening and Gallery Talk – February 11, 2016, 5:30 pm Meet the Artist – April 9, 2016, 2:00 – 4:00 pm Saratoga Springs-based Anne Diggory is known for her combination of accurate detail with expressive painting and strong abstract structure – an outgrowth of education at Yale and Indiana University and many years of exploring and painting in the natural world. Diggory shows regularly at the Blue Mountain Gallery in New York City and her work was recently featured in a solo exhibition...

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Art Exhibition: “By the Light of Midnight” and “Light on the Landscape”

Art Exhibition: “By the Light of Midnight” and “Light on the Landscape”

Exhibition Corridor | Kelly Adirondack Center | Mark Bowie’s photos were displayed in the Kelly Adirondack Center’s exhibition corridor until mid-January 2016. As part of Union College’s third annual Adirondack Week, the Kelly Adirondack Center sponsored an exhibition and presentation featuring photographer Mark Bowie. His presentation, The Adirondacks: By the Light of Midnight, took place on Tuesday, May 12 at 6:00 p.m. at the Kelly Adirondack Center. © Mark Bowie Some of the Adirondacks’ most spectacular beauty and solitude are reserved for the landscape at night....

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