Above: Badgley Mischka silk animal print gown. Judith Haas gold over bronze cuff with rutilated quartz center at Rexer-Parkes.
Equal Elevations Plumb Run, 1983
Philosophy dark blue embroidered jacket with Blugirl Blumarine beige strapless dress at Rexer-Parkes. Tod‘s blue sunglasses available at Optical Heights.
Homage to Noguchi, 1979
Escada silk print dress with Loren Jewels wide bangle, Loren Jewels bangle with pave diamonds and Frank Ancona princess cut white sapphire earrings at Marsh’s.
Four Squares Excentric (The Tulip), 1989
Elie Tahari Marina abstract print cotton sateen dress at Saks Fifth Avenue.
Sparrow Hill: Incline and Extension, 1975
Yigal Azrouel orange taffeta dress with Frank Ancona orange sapphire earrings and Miguel Ases smokey quartz, topaz and Swarovski crystal bracelet at Marsh’s. Lafont leopard with lace detail sunglasses available at Optical Heights.
Rebecca gown Rexer-Parkes Private Collection
Redbank 31 – Nassau Variation
Photography Assistants: Doo Soo Kim & Jacqueline Lennon
Stylist: Nicole McConnach
Hair: Brian Duignan for Tru Salon, St. James
Makeup: Frank Guyton, Ford Artists for Black Opal Cosmetics
Model: Aine Campbell for Q Model Management
Saks Fifth Avenue Walt Whitman Mall, Huntington
Lafont and Tom Ford sunglasses provided by Optical Heights, Roslyn Heights.
About the Location:
Nassau County Museum of Art is located in Roslyn Harbor and is ranked among the most important suburban art museums in the nation. The museum is surrounded by 145 acres of land that is home to over 40 sculptures, some of which are featured here. Take in the beauty for yourself and pay a visit. Visitor information is available on the museum’s website www.nassaumuseum.org where more information on these sculptures and other art can be found.