Marianne to Exhibit at LARAC June 12-13
39th Annual June Arts Festival (Summer 2010)

The Lower Regional Adirondack Arts Council (LARAC: Arts Festival is the first major summer event in the Glens Falls region and has a strong following, drawing crowds of more than 20,000. With the juried art and craft show as its centerpiece, this year will also include expanded family-oriented activities as well as food concessions by local non-profits.

Come see Marianne's latest creations!

The Festival is held rain or shine in City Park in downtown Glens Falls. It is free and open to the public, 10 am-5 pm both days.

LARAC Festival Details: June Arts Festival

Marianne's Artwork Adorns Bolton Post Office
"Million Dollar View" on Display (Spring 2010)

One of Marianne's latest creations is one exhibit at the Town of Bolton Post Office. The painting, titled "Million Dollar View", depicts the eastern patio view from the Waterhouse Estate - overlooking Dome, Recluse and Clay Islands.

Bolton Post Office

Book of Marianne's Watercolor Art Published!
Collection of 2009 Giclée Prints (Fall 2009)

Book: 2009 Giclée Collection

Marianne's extensive portfolio of watercolor artwork capturing the natural and man-made beauty of Lake George, The Adirondacks and surrounding area is now available in a beautiful hardcover bound book.

This book was produced in a very limited quantity, and is available both at Marianne's studio & gallery in Bolton Landing, and at her online store. The book costs $50, plus $5 flat shipping, plus an optional personalized message and signature by Marianne.

Click here to purchase at Marianne's online store. Website Launch
New Website and Online Store (Spring 2009)

Marianne's extensive portfolio of watercolor artwork capturing the natural and man-made beauty of Lake George, The Adirondacks and surrounding area is now viewable at her exclusive website:

The website, created and managed by DiMaria Artworks, includes: comprehensive online galleries exhibiting her work; directions to Marianne's Gallery & Studio in Bolton Landing on Lake George; plus the ability to purchase Marianne's artwork online.

Marianne also has just released four themed series of prints, now available for purchase:
  1. Lake George Landmarks
  2. The Islands of Lake George
  3. The Sagamore Hotel
  4. Historic Saratoga
Click here to visit Marianne's online store.

New Gallery and Studio!
Grand Opening in Bolton Landing, NY. (Winter 2008)

Gallery and Studio

Thanks in large part to the incredible patronage of Bolton resident and businessman Joseph Pfau to his beloved "Aunt Mare", Marianne opened her new studio and gallery on Lakeshore Drive in the heart of Bolton Landing. The studio is directly across from Rogers Memorial Park, and is open daily from 10-Noon & 2-4pm or by appointment. To arrange an appointment, please call Marianne at 518-644-5511.

Adirondack Chairs to be Auctioned for Local Charity
Seventeen Artists including Marianne Participating (Spring 2009)

Adirondack Chairs

Marianne's "Daisies" Featured by LARAC
Featured Artist at LARAC (Summer 2008)

Daisies at LARAC

The Lower Regional Adirondack Arts Council (LARAC: featured Marianne's watercolor artwork in its advertising and promotional material for their annual summer show in Glens Falls, NY. The festival draws over 20,000 people, and has featured the original artwork and craftsmanship of artisans from throughout the North East for over 35 years.

ADK Exhibits Marianne's Artwork
Adirondack Mountain Club Hosts Exclusive Exhibition (Spring 2008)

ADK Exhibition

The Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK: hosted an exclusive gallery exhibition of Marianne's original watercolor artwork depicting Lake George and the surrounding area.

"Sagamore in Winter" Commission
Cards and Prints feature Marianne's Artistry (Christmas 2007)

Sagamore Christmas

From the Fall07 edition of "The Sagamore Companion":
Bring home the Sagamore
"Perfect as a memento of time spent in Mother Nature's winter backyard. The "Sagamore in Winter" is available in 24x9 unframed print. Created by Bolton artist Marianne Ganter, the watercolor is one of several local scenes painted by the artist. Her original artwork is frequently exhibited at LARAC and local venues."