Banner of Guy Brewster Hughes Art Gallery

HISTORY OF THE GALLERY

Guy Brewster Hughes was born in Plattsburgh, NY Nov. 23, 1928. He was influenced and encouraged in his artistic efforts by his great aunt Julia Brewster, herself a noted watercolorist.

As a watercolorist, Hughes exhibited in Los Angeles, Boston, Buffalo, at various Vermont locations, and locally. Mr. Hughes died on June 11, 1992.

MISSION STATEMENT

Hughe's great wish was that this library, which he loved, should one day have a public space devoted to works of Adirondack artists. This gallery is the fulfillment of that wish. We invite the public to visit and experience the wide range of talented artists who show at the Gallery on a regular basis.

The Lake Placid Institute's 24 Hours: A Photographic Interpretation of Life in the Adirondacks contest winners are
now on exhobit in the Guy Hughes Art Gallery through June. Participants are students from Lake Placid, Saranac Lake,
North Country School, Long Lake, Mayfield, Warrensburg, Minerva, Lake George and Wells.
  • Framed Art on wall
  • Artist at the Gallery

    Fine artists in our region are fortunate to have free gallery space to show their work.
    The Library encourages and supports the arts by welcoming artists who have years of experience as well as those who are just beginning to emerge in the field.
    The styles are varied and exciting. The collection is ever-changing.

    Residents and tourists alike benefit from having this cultural venue on Main Street.

    For further information on shows, or if you wish to show your art at the Gallery

  • info@lakeplacidlibrary.org
  • Regular Gallery Hours:

    Mon, Wed. Fri:9:00AM-5:30PM
    Tues & Thurs: 10:00AM-7:00PM
    Sat: 10:00AM-4:00PM