Completed in 1888, this house served as the warden’s living quarters after the prison became too full. It is now an art gallery that houses everything from fine and historic art to emerging and well-known artists alike.
Sharon Errickson - through March 24
“This exhibition will showcase landscapes done “en Plein air”, a French term meaning painted in the open air. Paintings of various locales both here and abroad will be on view. Scenes of Adirondack mountains, Santa Fe sunsets, Italian hills will be side by side with local gardens, vintage buildings and beaches. All are done in contemporary Impressionist style, emphasizing rich color. The aim is to inspire the tourist in all of us.”