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Laura Von Rosk

Gallery Director

Lake George Land Conservancy Inc

HQ Phone:  (518) 668-2200

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Lake George Land Conservancy Inc

1 Amherst Street

Lake George, New York,12845

United States

Company Description

Lake George has a storied history as being the site of battles and encampments during the French and Indian War. Last year, students from SUNY Adirondack's archaeology field school, led by professor David Starbuck, excavated thousands of Colonial-era items fro...more

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Associate Professor of Art

Indiana University of Pennsylvania


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Art Where You Least Expect It | Lake George Mirror Magazine

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Among the artists chosen was Laura Von Rosk, the painter who directs the Lake George Arts Project's Courthouse Gallery and who lives in Schroon Lake.
"Art doesn't have to hang in a gallery to have validity," said Von Rosk. In the waiting room for Women's and Specialty Care hang several of Laura Von Rosk's landscapes, which seem to well up from some deep, hidden crevices of the collective unconscious. "Because the paintings are small in scale, they work well within the intimacy of that particular space," said Von Rosk.


Performance Marine » Artists' Work Will Fill Two Vacant Spaces in Bolton Landing

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According to Laura Von Rosk, the director of the Lake George Arts Project's Courthouse Gallery, the pop up gallery in Bolton Landing is an expansion of its annual one-day event, "Art at the Lake."
" 'Art at the Lake,' which we've sponsored for the last four years, has been great for the Arts Project and for the artists, who not only had an opportunity to sell their own art, but to buy each other's art and spend time together," said Von Rosk. But, she said, "Every year, we included more artists, and it reached the point where there was almost too much art to appreciate within a single afternoon. So, being able to show work for the entire month of July will enable us to show more work, provide greater exposure for the artists and stimulate more interest in the Lake George Arts Project." More than 70 artists will display work in a variety of media, available for purchase in a range of prices, said Von Rosk.


Performance Marine » At Lake George's Courthouse Gallery, the Political is Personal

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Laura Von Rosk, the director of the Lake George Arts Project's Courthouse Gallery, confesses that she was nervous about pairing the two artists whose work is now on view at the gallery through June 10.
On the surface, their work is radically different, and Von Rosk feared the artists would clash rather than complement one another. At the opening of the exhibition on May 7, however, Von Rosk was relieved, and with good reason. Boden's painterly hand, and Denyer's intricate graphite marks lure us in; revealing more than meets the eye, with a great deal of complexity beneath the surface," said Von Rosk. "The distorted figures, the claustrophobic space, and color of bruised flesh, are a bold, unflinching examination of victims caught in a nightmare," says Von Rosk.


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According to Lake George Courthouse Gallery Director Laura VonRosk, the People's Pixel Project continues to attract experienced and novice directors.
Each year filmmakers within a 100-mile radius of Lake George may submit their original video short in a variety of genres including music video, documentary, narrative, and animation. "This year there are 18 winners that will be screened during the award presentation," says VonRosk. "The » Continue Reading.


www.adirondackdailyenterprise.com

From those submissions, juror Laura Von Rosk of the Lake George Arts Project selected 95 works, representing 69 artists, to compete for prizes.
Von Rosk, who is not a member of the guild, was also tasked with choosing the winners.


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