Preserving an Important Artistic Legacy
The Brooks Park Heritage Project is dedicated to preserving the home and studios of James Brooks and Charlotte Park in the Springs area of East Hampton, NY.
We a preserved Brooks Park property, available for a range of public art projects, represents a unique opportunity to celebrate the artistic heritage both of these major artists, and of the larger Abstract Expressionist movement that was born and flourished in the community.
Preserving the studios and legacy of Springs artists, James Brooks and Charlotte Park.
Parrish Art Museum Permanent Collection Installation of James Brooks works: November 1st — October 30th 2016.
Major Charlotte Park exhibit at Berry Campbell: February 11th - March 12th, 2016.
EH Town budget proposes $262,000 for Brooks Park restoration!
Van Doren Waxter opens a new James Brooks show on March 5th. The Gallery is generously donating 5% of their profits from the show to BPHP. Thank you Van Doren Waxter!