A catalog of Rochester, NY's architectural landmarks, public art, and big trees—the things that make this a terrific place to live!
October 28, 2018, 2–4 PM: Artist Jill Gussow and photographer Richard Margolis "Talk About Public Art." (See News.)
Rochester Landmarks, by Richard Margolis
"This book combines several of my projects including landmarks, public art and big trees that all contribute to the Rochester culture and make this a better, I am tempted to say terrific, place to live. As we go about our lives we may not be conscious of them, but they do affect us. They give us a 'sense of place' that reminds us that we are part of a history that goes back a couple hundred years and like the buildings and trees that have weathered storms and time, we have a long future. That sense, although it is impossible to measure, exists, and that is why preservation is important. These landmarks link us to our past and they inspire us to do good work that will last well into the future."
—From the Introduction
Visit Richard Margolis' studio to buy the book:
Richard Margolis Art + Architectural Photography
250 North Goodman Street, Studio 4-9
Rochester, NY 14607
Or visit one of these local retailers: