Spring Beauty at the Paul Smiths VIC (8 May 2013)

New Moon Show:
Adirondack Mountains and Waters
28 April - 27 May 2014

Adirondack Mountains and Waters:  Photograph by Rob MarronePhotograph by Rob MarronePhotographer Rob Marrone and his son, artist Dan Marrone, will exhibit their works in the Great Room Art Gallery from 28 April through 27 May. The show will include scenic framed and mounted photos and some works of local lakes painted on birch bark.   Identify the location from where the picture, "Sunrise," was taken for your chance to win the photograph. Drawing takes place May 27th.

The exhibit will run from 28 April - 27 May. Free admission. Underwritten by Friends of the VIC. 

List of Works Exhibited


Taken From

Sunrise (mystery photo)


Long Lake (birch bark painting)


Dawn from Mt. Fredericka 

Lake Lila     

St. Regis Lake (birch bark painting)


Barstowʼs Boat 

Long Pond     



Lake Placid (birch bark painting)


Fall Colors   

Mt. VanHovenburg   

Taylor Pond   

Taylor Pond     

Lake Lila (birch bark painting)


Sunrise Lake Lila  

Lake Lila     

Black Water Wonder  

Saranac River    

Sunrise over Whiteface 

St. Regis Mt.    

Morning Light on Whiteface

Whiteface Mt.    

Pastel Morning  

St Regis Mt.     .    

Evening Light  


Raquette Lake (birch bark painting)


Canada Island  

Lake Lila     

September Morning 

South Meadow    

Shingle Shanty Brook Outlet

Lake Lila     



Elk Lake (birch bark painting)    



South Meadow    

Lake Lila   

Lake Lila     

Sunset from Blue Mt. 

Blue Mt.     

1H9 Over Saranac  

Lower Saranac Lake  

Bog River Sunset  

Bog River     

Explore the VIC

The Paul Smiths VIC offers a wide variety of programs throughout the year to educate and inform Adirondack Park residents and visitors about the natural wonders of the Adirondack Mountains. You can help support these programs by joining the Friends of the VIC. More information on Friends of the VIC memberships

Explore the Trails

The VIC trails are free and open to the public, from dawn to dusk, spring through fall. In winter, the trails are open to cross-country skiers and snowshoers for a fee. Day or season passes may be purchased.