“Adirondack Waters: Spirit of the Mountains” by Mark Bowie
Medium:Poster reproduction of original artwork
Height: 16 in
Width: 28 in
Painting overlooking a lake. You can see the trees on the sides and at the other end. The clouds in the sky are varying colors due to the setting sun. Colors are reflected off the lake.
The Adirondack Mountains are contained within the 6.1 million acres of the Adirondack Park, which includes a constitutionally protected Forest Preserve of approximately 2.3 million acres. The Adirondack Park contains thousands of streams, brooks and lakes, most famously Lake Placid; adjacent to the village of Lake Placid, two-time site of the Winter Olympic Games, the Saranac Lakes, favored by the sportsmen who made the Adirondacks famous; and Raquette Lake, the site of many of the first Great Camps.