10.00" x 6.50"
15.50" x 12.00"
Bridging the Hudson Framed Print
by Kendall McKernon
Bridging the Hudson by Kendall McKernon - 10" x 6.5"
Luster Photo Paper
CRQ13 - Black Wood (CRQ13)
1/8" Clear Acrylic - Foam Core Mounting
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In 1764, Albert Baker settled in the town of Kingsbury in Washington County. Four years later, he obtained water rights to the largest falls on the... more
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In 1764, Albert Baker settled in the town of Kingsbury in Washington County. Four years later, he obtained water rights to the largest falls on the Hudson River (Baker's Falls) and built a dam and a sawmill. The area near Baker's Falls was then incorporated as the village of Sandy Hill (Hudson Falls) in 1810. On the opposite side of the Hudson River, in the town of Moreau in Saratoga County, is the hamlet of Fenimore. In the early days, a powder mill and gristmill were located there. In 1882, the Union Bag and Paper Company was established. Eventually it owned paper mills on both sides of the Hudson near Baker's Falls. The original bridge spanning the river from Sandy Hill to Fenimore was made of wood. In 1906, Union Bag and Paper financed the construction of a reinforced concrete bridge to replace the wooden one. It would facilitate transportation of materials and products to and from all of the company's mills. It would also make it easier for residents to travel between Washington...
About Kendall McKernon
I spent many years as a professional Interior Designer, but am now additionally devoting myself to the art of photography. Based in the foothillls of the Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York, many of my photos highlight the beauty and rich history of the region. I also have a deep love of New England and the coastal areas just hours from my home, so am broadening my portfolio with photos of those areas as well. In October, 2016 I opened The McKernon Gallery at 216 Main Street, Hudson Falls, New York 12839. The Gallery is filled with Wall, Functional, and Wearable Art that features my photographs, as well as wood bowls, Steampunk sculpture, original paintings, fabric wall art, glass and sculptural jewelry, and forged metal art. The...
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