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"Crooked Tamarack and Cotton Grass Three" by Georgeanne Gaffney. Used with permission.
"Crooked Tamarack and Cotton Grass Three" by Georgeanne Gaffney. Used with permission.

Creating and sharing art in a favorite place

A new exhibit at the Paul Smiths Visitor Interpretive Center features artwork based on hikes at the VIC throughout the seasons. Todd Moe talks with artist Georgeanne Gaffney about her show, "Meander". She says most of the eleven new pieces are based on trips through the woods at the VIC.  Go to full article
"Reflection"
"Reflection"

Art by observing and absorbing

A new exhibit opens Friday night at the Adirondack Artists' Guild in Saranac Lake. Georgeanne Gaffney is the featured artist this month at the guild. Her show, titled "Nostalgia", includes landscape murals, figurative and mixed media works. Gaffney grew up in Maryland and lived in California before moving to the Adirondacks a few years ago. She spoke with Todd Moe about what inspires her art.  Go to full article

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