Small Fortune Studio

Tim Fortune has been painting oils and watercolors of the Adirondacks for many years. His varied techniques and imagery have been displayed for the past 23 years in his downtown gallery at 76 Main St. Also on display is the artist working on his paintings because it is also his studio. You will see paintings of different sizes and subject matter which will suit all budgets. Don't miss the Upstairs Gallery where you can experience a selection of stunning large scale watercolors of streams, a giant pine, snow covered trees, flowers and other imagery. Commissions of specific images for the client are always welcome. If you like what you see one can take watercolor classes from the artist twice a year or on an individual basis.

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76 Main St
Saranac Lake, 12983
(518) 891-1139

Upcoming Events

Sunday, April 22nd, 2018
Self-Serve Bloody Mary and Mimosa Bar The Mimosa Bar features fresh fruit juices, fruit purees, and freshly cut fruit. The Bloody Mary Bar offerings include many Bloody mixes, different varieties...
Sunday, April 22nd, 2018
Celebrate Earth Day! This event includes presentations, exhibits, music, an art show and kid-friendly activities. Speakers include: Curt Stager, Lance Clark, Richard Brandt, Dave Gibson and...

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Tuesday, April 17th, 2018
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