The Heckscher Museum of Art recognizes two books connecting Holly Gordon’s art to Long Island art history

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.


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