Architecture and art

On a late winter visit to Long Island’s East End, the permanence of the Parrish Museum was inspiring.  The simple, vernacular form and rugged details communicate a timeless landscape unique to Long Island.  Emphasized by April Gornik’s Light before Heat (a local painting, bottom) inside, the parallel of realist art and architecture are striking and worth a field trip.  – Donna Lisle, AIA, LEED AP, Senior Associate

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