The Adirondack Artists Guild has been exhibiting fine art in Saranac Lake since 1997. Located in the historic Charlie Green’s Market, the Guild is a cooperative retail gallery.

The work of 15 regional member artists is displayed, year round, in the gallery: Jacqueline Altman: Watercolor Paintings; Meg Bernstein: Acrylic Paintings & Mixed Media; Nancy Brossard: Oil, Plein Air Paintings; Jeanne Danforth: Drawings & Paintings in various media;  Georgeanne Gaffney: Acrylic Paintings; Sandra Hildreth: Oil & Watercolor Paintings; Suzanne Lebeda: Watercolors, Oils, Drawings & Mixed Media; Barry Lobdell: Photography; Burdette Parks: Photography; Mary Lou Reid: Ceramics; Eleanor Sweeney: Photography; Ursula Trudeau: Acrylic Paintings; Ken Wiley: Watercolor & Acrylic Paintings.

Every month there is a new featured artist exhibit and the opening reception is from 5 - 7 pm - usually the first Friday of the month. Refreshments are provided and the public is welcome. Member work is also changed every month.

The Gallery is a host site for the 3rd Thursday ArtWalks, the Adirondack Plein Air Festival, and the Artist at Work Studio Tour. Several members offer classes and workshops. Literary readings and artist presentations are also held at the Guild.

Bring a piece of the Adirondacks home in the form of an original work of art created in the Adirondacks!

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