Art in the Adirondacks

The 2019 Adirondack National Exhibition of American Watercolors will be on display through September 29, 2019 at View in Old Forge, New York.

Open to all artists working in water based media — including transparent and opaque watercolors, acrylics, casein, egg tempera, gouache and ink — the exhibition was juried this year by Richard Sneary and Kathleen Giles.

Here’s a look at a few of the top award winners.

“A Hard Working Man” (gouache, 28 x 46 in.) by Daniel K. Tennant
“Reflections of Winter” (watercolor, 22 x 39 in.) by John Keepax
“Brandied Pears” (watercolor, 30 x 22 in.) by Chris Krupinski
“Bougainvillea” (watercolor) by Tom Francesconi

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