Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery

  • 52 Main Street
    Saranac Lake, NY 12983

The Adirondack Artists Guild is a co-op gallery that is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2022. Located on Main Street, featuring the works of its 14 member artists, the gallery is open year round with new exhibits every month. Receptions have been temporarily halted due to Covid-19, but hopefully will soon be reinstated on the first Friday of the month. The Gallery hosts a juried exhibit in the spring, showcasing the best art produced in the Adirondacks. It is also a host site for the 3rd Thursday ArtWalks and Plein Air Festival.

The work of 15 regional member artists is displayed, year round, in the gallery: 

  • Jacqueline Altman: watercolor paintings
  • Meg Bernstein: acrylic paintings and mixed media
  • Nancy Brossard: oil, plein air paintings
  • Jeanne Danforth: drawings and paintings in various media
  • Sandra Hildreth: oil and watercolor paintings
  • Suzanne Lebeda: watercolors, oils, drawings, and mixed media
  • Barry Lobdell: photography
  • Mark Kurtz: photography
  • Karren Morris: ceramics
  • Anastasia Osolin: assemblages and collage
  • Burdette Parks: photography
  • Valerie Patterson: watercolors
  • Toos Roozen-Evans: jewelry
  • Elenor Sweeney: photography

2022 Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery Exhibit Schedule:

  • January: Silent Auction to Benefit High Peaks Hospice
  • February 4: Winter Carnival Theme Show - Totally 80's
  • March 18 - April 20: Annual Juried Show
  • May 6: Suzanne Lebeda, watercolors, mixed media
  • June 3: Eleanor Sweeney, photography
  • July 1: Anastasia Osolin, mixed media assemblages
  • August 5: Nancy Brossard, oil paintings
  • September 2: Barry Lobdell, photography
  • October 7: Jeanne Danforth, watercolors & acrylics
  • November 4: Jacqueline Altman, watercolors
  • December 2: Karen Morris, ceramics

Several members offer classes and workshops. Literary readings and artist presentations are also held at the Guild. Open 7 days a week in the summer; closed Mondays in the winter.

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

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