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Jeanne Reynolds and her painting of the Helen, an early passenger boat on Cranberry Lake. (photo: James Ver Steeg)
Jeanne Reynolds and her painting of the Helen, an early passenger boat on Cranberry Lake. (photo: James Ver Steeg)

A life on the lake and a studio with a view

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Jeanne Reynold's cozy art studio sits along the Cranberry Lake town beach with expansive views of the north end of the lake. She's lived in the Adirondacks for more than 60 years, raised a family and helped her husband run the local general store. She's the Clifton town historian, and is best known for her watercolors of flowers, landscapes and boats on the lake. Some of her art is featured this summer as part of the Cranberry Lake Boat Club's centennial. Todd Moe stopped by her art studio and gallery, dubbed "End of the Pier", for a chat.

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