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"Resurrection", 91 x 70 inches, is among Tim Fortune's large watercolors on display through August 3rd at View in Old Forge.
"Resurrection", 91 x 70 inches, is among Tim Fortune's large watercolors on display through August 3rd at View in Old Forge.

Tim Fortune's very large watercolors on display in Old Forge

Some of Saranac Lake artist Tim Fortune's largest watercolors are on display at View in Old Forge. The show opens Saturday evening and includes wall-size paintings, some as tall as seven feet, that capture small moments on a grand scale. The 38 pieces in the exhibit include flowers, trees, rocks and water in the Adirondacks.

Todd Moe stopped by Tim Fortune's studio/gallery in Saranac Lake to talk about his love of watercolor and large format paintings.  Go to full article
Volunteers move music store stuff up Main Street. Photos: Mark Kurtz
Volunteers move music store stuff up Main Street. Photos: Mark Kurtz

In Saranac Lake, pitching in to help a local merchant

They say it takes a village to raise a child. But these days, it also takes a lot of extra effort to keep downtown business districts vibrant and busy.

We just heard about Saranac Lake's new community store. But over the weekend nearly 200 people also turned out to help a local merchant move his store to Saranac Lake's main street.

Brian Mann was there and sent this audio postcard.  Go to full article

Painting large in watercolor

Some very large watercolors by Saranac Lake artist Tim Fortune will be on display at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts, starting Friday, August 12th. Watercolor Encounters is a one man show that will include 15 large format watercolors that Tim has worked on over the last four years. He spoke with Todd Moe about the sheer size of the paintings and their impact on viewers.  Go to full article
Tim Fortune at work in Saranac Lake
Tim Fortune at work in Saranac Lake

In Saranac Lake?s Art Scene, A Rash of Art Theft

Each summer, Saranac Lake's art scene comes alive, with gallery walks and concerts and new shows. But this season, the village has also seen a rash of art theft. Three big landscapes painted by native artist Tim Fortune have been stolen while on display in public places around the village. Brian Mann has our story.  Go to full article

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