“Now and Then”

Submitted PhotoPictured is Bloodroot, 9- by 12-inches, acrylic on canvas by Jeanne Danforth.

The Adirondack Artists Guild will present “Now and Then,” a collection of recent paintings by Jeanne Danforth, during the month of July. Her work will be hung on the featured artist wall at the gallery, which is now open with limited hours. The exhibit will be on display from July 1 through Aug. 3.

“Now and then,” Danforth writes, “it’s essential to one’s very being to engage totally non-verbally in things outside of oneself. That’s the function of the visual arts and music, for me. Currently stuck in a monstrous limbo between now and then, as we are, that’s cathartic too. It’s impossible to think clearly about the unthinkable! My brush finds order in what is both and neither here and/or now.”

Due to the coronavirus, there will be no reception. The Artists Guild has begun a slow reopening in June, and will announce increased business hours soon. Information will be available on the website,

Johnson Newspapers 7.1

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