LPCA Open Juried Art Show

Opening Reception: Friday, September 21 from 5 PM to 7 PM

Join the LPCA as we celebrate the talents of our regional artists.

The LPCA is proud to showcase the art of the region in the Annual Open Juried Art Exhibition. This LPCA tradition will feature a variety of paintings, drawings, sculpture, assemblage and photographs. Over 150 entries are submitted each year, making this a highly competitive show that demonstrates the range of talent among regional artists.

Accepted Entries:

  • 3 Bees - Janet Millstein
  • 3AM - Christopher Zimmerman
  • A Small Cut - Bill Evans
  • Abandoned - Larry Poole
  • Alec's Bowl - Susan Semegram
  • April at the Bog River - Frank D. Wilcox
  • Ascent - Irene Lederer LaCroix
  • Atlas Peak - Anne Hughes
  • Baby Makes Three - Lynda Naske
  • Balancing Act - Kate Mountain - Edith Urban
  • Ball Jar - Marion Kratky
  • Beside Still Waters - Sarah Budd
  • Blue Crystal Platter - Erik Wilson
  • Boatyard II - Janet Marie Yeates
  • Business End II - Michiko Taylor
  • Cold River - Chip Moeser
  • Coming Soon to a Feeder Near You - Judy Scammell
  • Consider the Lilies - Barbara Delaney-Smith
  • Death Valley Dune - Penelope Clute
  • Don't be Scared - Summer Dorr
  • Floating on the River - Anne Heinz
  • Gift from the Blackbirds - Anne Burnham
  • Growing Opposition II - Suzanne Langelier-Lebeda
  • High Peaks Moonscape - Suzanne Doin
  • High Peaks, August - Sandra Hildreth
  • Ice Fall - John Omohundro
  • Internal Proliferation - Lynn Manning
  • Keene Valley View, 8/28/18 - Sandra Hildreth
  • Late Afternoon Light, Tupper Lake - Ruth Crotty
  • Lily of the Valley - Valentina Sidorenko
  • Look to the Sky - Susan Whiteman 
  • Loves Reflection - Heidi Gutersloh
  • Low Tide - Karla Brient
  • Manitou - Merrell Leavitt
  • Marsh Grasses - Paul Smiths - James Bullard
  • Meacham Lake - Sarah Budd
  • Merge - Phil Gallos
  • Mirror, Mirror - Denise Leavitt
  • Mosaic Waters VII - John Cullen
  • Mother & Son - Christopher Zimmerman
  • Mother Earth's Longing for Preservation - Margo Fish
  • Old Adirondack Farm - Ann Larsen
  • Orange Wash - Kathy Halton
  • Owl - Valentina Sidorenko
  • Pond - Barry Lobdell
  • Race Day, St. Regis - Stephen Horne
  • Red Fish - Dead Fish - Carol Marie Vossler
  • Red Wood Peek-a-boo - Anne Ray
  • Reflection I - Karla Brient
  • Rhubarb Map #1 - Sue Lezon
  • Rhubarb Map #2 - Sue Lezon
  • Rising Trout II - Suzanne Langelier-Lebeda
  • Roma Vixen - Bob Ingram
  • Scenes from the Dashboard I - Chip Perone
  • Shades of Love - Evelina Meltser
  • Shubhreet - Ruth Crotty 
  • Spirit Guides - Annoel Krider
  • Spring From Whiteface - Nancy Brossard
  • Stopping by the Oswegatchie - Ken Wiley
  • Tamaracks - Jeri Wright
  • Tending the King's Garden - Heidi Gutersloh
  • The Deep - Anastasia Osolin
  • The Last of the Kalahari - Barbara Delaney-Smith
  • The Motion of the Universe - Elena Kuki
  • The Wonder of Mother Earth - Margo Fish
  • There is Something in the Water - Carol Marie Vossler
  • Thursday Gale in Berkley Hundred - Bosco McKinney
  • Tree Line - Fred Holman
  • Tree on Scarface - James Bullard
  • Trees in a Field - Eleanor Sweeney
  • Trespassing - Mina Clark
  • Tupper Light - Gary Larsen
  • Venetian Blind - Marie Cogar
  • Vibrant Coleus - Sarah Budd
  • Visit the Adirondacks - Catherine LaPointe Vollmer
  • Wanika Falls - Chip Moeser
  • Watching History Repeat, 1933 & 2016 - Susan Hoffer
  • White Barn - Janet Millstein
  • Whiteface - Ingrid VanSlyke
  • Whiteface After the Storm - John N. Eldridge
  • Wooded Mist - Barry Lobdell
  • Yellow Hammers - Denise Leavitt
Friday 9/21/2018 - Saturday 11/3/2018
At Door: Free
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Lake Placid Center for the Arts

The Lake Placid Center for the Arts is a year-round performing and visual Arts Facility.  Located in the Adirondack Park of Northern New York, the LPCA consistently presents arts of the highest caliber in music, dance and theatre performances, film exhibitions and visual arts presentations. 

In addition, the Arts Center provides special arts-in education programs, workshops and residencies for aspiring and renowned artists.

The Arts Center is the home of the Lake Placid School of Ballet, LPCA Children's Theatre, Community Theatre Players, as well as the Summer home of the Lake Placid Sinfonietta.

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