Celebrate the life and work of Seneca Ray Stoddard
You can celebrate the life and work of one of the Adirondack Park's best known artists this month. He's someone who left home at the age of 6 and painted decorative scenes on the walls of railroad passenger cars. After these humble beginnings a brighter future lay ahead for Seneca Ray Stoddard, who was among the first to tell the world about the Adirondack Wilderness. Now, a new exhibit of Stoddard's stunning Photographic career is being presented at the New York State Museum in Albany. Our Derek Muirden takes us along for another of his Roadside Adventures.