In 2010 Holly Gordon’s Foggy Harbor was selected to be part of the first Long Island Biennial at the Heckscher Museum of Art and as a speaker about her art in the Viewpoints Program.
In 2020 Holly Gordon is being recognized for the publication of two books:
Her visual memoir with Ward Hooper, Parallel Perspectives: The Brush/Lens Collaboration, presents their six-year collaboration inspired by the Long Island landscape that intersected with the early 20th century artists Arthur Dove and Helen Torr.
Her photographs of Dove-Torr Cottage, the Centerport, Long Island home of Arthur Dove and Helen Torr, are featured in the recently published Guide Book to Historic Artists’ Homes & Studios by Valerie A. Balint.
Both books are integrally connected to the 100-year history of the Heckscher Museum of Art and Long Island.