I was interviewed about my book, The Adirondack Heart, by Todd Moe of North Country Public Radio on Thursday, October 27 as part of his show The 8 O'Clock Hour.
You can hear the interview by clicking here.
My long awaited book (by me anyway!), The Adirondack Heart, has gone to press! I have a few advance copies that I will be carrying with me to promote the book, while I await the main shipment. I'm being told that the books will arrive here in Old Forge the first week in October!
I have made it possible to preorder the book from the home page of my website at www.johnradigan.com. It will ship just as soon as they arrive...
More information on The Adirondack Heart will be coming soon...
I will be showing new work and signing posters tonight (Aug. 26) at Gallery 3040 in Old Forge. There will be snacks, refreshments, and entertainment by Norm Rannels. The reception takes place from 4-7 pm.
For more information, contact Gallery 3040 at (315) 369-1059.
My newest large triptych, "The Way", has been accepted for the 2015 Adirondack Juried Art Show at Lake Placid Center for the Arts. This is always a great show, so I'm excited to be a part of it. The exhibit runs from September 25 thru October 24.
I am so glad that I am able to help the cause of WomenSafe with a donation for the raffle to take place this weekend at their event, "New Beginnings, Seeds of Hope". I delivered "Lupine Meditation" today to a group of very nice and appreciative staff. Thanks to the inimitable Dr. James Oh for making this happen!
Coinciding with the release of the 2015 Adirondack Life Photography issue, View will partner with the magazine in presenting highlights from this years issue. Adirondack Life Photography: A Celebration of Iconic Images features iconic images of the Adirondack park from some of the area’s top photographers—including work by:
Carl Heilman II
Robert A. Lubeck
A special opening reception will be held Sunday March 1, 2015 from 1pm-4pm. For more information visit View's website.
I am a photo artist and writer whose heart lives in the Adirondack Mountains of New York, regardless of where I happen to be eating my breakfast each morning.
I am owner/director of the Adirondack Photography Institute, an organization dedicated to improving the quality of our lives and preserving our natural spaces through the study and practice of outdoor photography as a creative medium.
Oh yeah, if I'm lucky enough on a given day to have a choice of breakfast venue, that would be the Tamarack Café in Inlet, NY.