"Landscape as Memory" Art Exhibit - at the VIC

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Join the VIC in celebrating the works of Montreal artist Eberhard Froehlich . Eberhard Froelich was last year winner for the best piece of art produced at the VIC, he also won a prize in 2015 with a painting called "Yellow Birch" painted at the VIC. We invited Eberhard to unveil some of his paintings in our Heron Marsh Gallery, some were painted at the VIC some were inspired by other places in the Adirondacks and further. "Landscape as Memory" is on display from July 15 to August 30. Free and open to the public 9am -5pm

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