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BROOKS-PARK ARTS AND NATURE CENTER
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We need your help!
Please call 631-324-4141 or email the East Hampton Town officials below.
Ask them to hire a qualified preservation architect to assess Brooks-Park
and develop a preservation plan.
Funding for this process may be allocated
from the remaining $2.7 million of available CPF tax revenue for 2022


SUPERVISOR PETER VAN SCOYOC:     PVanScoyoc@EHamptonNY.Gov
DEPUTY SUPERVISOR KATHEE BURKE-GONZALEZ:    KBurke-Gonzalez@EHamptonNY.Gov
COUNCILMAN DAVID LYS:    DLys@EHamptonNY.Gov
COUNCILWOMAN SYLVIA OVERBY:    SOverby@EHamptonNY.Gov
COUNCILWOMAN CATE ROGERS:    CRogers@EHamptonNY.Gov

 

The mission of the Brooks-Park Arts and Nature Center is to experience the beauty of the natural world while celebrating the artistic legacies of James Brooks (1906-1992) and Charlotte Park (1918-2010) through the restoration of their home and studios and the woodlands surrounding them. Located in the Springs section of East Hampton, New York, the center will focus on inventive and inclusive educational programming, arts-related activities, and the discovery, research, and experience of its eleven undisturbed acres of natural habitat, bringing focus to these two acclaimed artists, the unique community in which they lived and worked, and the trail system that runs through parts of the property.

Charlotte Park and James Brooks were both abstract painters whose works
were vital to the development of Abstract Expressionism.        

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Selected images of the artists and their home off Neck Path in Springs, East Hampton:

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