LPI Roundtable: Signs of the Adirondacks with Julie Betts Testwiude


The Lake Placid Institute, in partnership with LPCA, presents the John C. Bogle Adirondack Roundtables

At Cambria Hotel Lake Placid
2127 Saranac Ave
Breakfast provided at 8:30 am. Roundtable begins at 9 am.

Signs of the Adirondacks

Award-winning photographer and artist, Julie Betts Testwuide, has recently published Signs of the Adirondacks. She will share stories and images of her photographic journey through the Adirondacks and around the globe over the past 40 years.

Julie Betts Testwuide
Award-Winning Photographer and Artist

Julie Betts Testwuide is an award-winning photographer, artist and author of several books including Signs of the Adirondacks. The book is a photographic documentation of the creative camp and business signs throughout the Adirondack Park.

Testwuide’s career spans over four decades, starting as a freelance photographer in 1981. Testwuide worked for major corporations and print publications covering sporting events, celebrities and various assignments across the country.

Testwuide then transitioned to creating fine art pieces, often combining her artistic photography with painting and have been sold through galleries to clients worldwide.

The past decade, Testwuide has been prolific in capturing images of wild horses around the globe and sells them in commanding sizes in galleries and on her website: www.juliearts.com.

Most recently, Testwuide turned her focus to authoring books that prominently feature her photography and artistic style.

Testwuide’s books will be at the event for sale and are available at The Bookstore Plus. To learn more visit: www.julietpress.com.

About the John C. Bogle Roundtable Series

The John C. Bogle Adirondack Roundtable Series is an arts and humanities program modeled on Boston’s Copley Roundtable, a discussion group of civic leaders that would invite speakers to present at informal mid-week luncheons. Our Roundtables are breakfast presentations, and each summer we bring world-class presenters to speak on topics of topics of local, national, and international importance in the fields of politics and foreign policy, economics and finance, philosophy and philanthropy, and the visual and performing arts. John C. Bogle (1929-2019) was our Chair Emeritus of The Adirondack Roundtable.

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