Harmon Art Gallery
The Society fulfills its fine arts mandate by promoting the visual arts through its Harmon Gallery where regional artists showcase their talents with exhibitions in many different media; and, as a featured exhibit space for the Society’s themed programs.
The Gallery is in a former bedroom located off the Washington Bedroom. The exhibit gallery is named after Miriam Harmon, a benefactor to the Society was an educator and a faithful member of the American Daughters of the Revolution. She was the only daughter of Rev. Willard Harmon, the local Congregational Minister and a good member of the Ticonderoga Historical Society.
For 2017 the Gallery will be devoted to one of our three featured exhibits for the year ~ “Steamboats A’Comin.” –
The Society’s commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the Lake George Steamboat Co. with a further examination of steamboats plying the waters of the Adirondack Lakes and the Lakes Champlain & George regions.
We present a one – night only sneak preview of this exhibit on May 19th at 6:30 PM – At 7 PM in the Meeting Room, lower level, we present – William Gates – a well know authority on Steamboats discussing the Lake George Steamboat Co.’s history and related stories.
This exhibit runs until December 31st.