Frank Parisi Photography and the New Jersey State Capital Complex
March 22, 2016 • Leave a Comment
As some of you may know, I work in Trenton and thus travel there on a regular basis--sometimes with my camera. I have captured many images over the years of the grand buildings on the grounds of the State House Complex, including the Statehouse with its majestic Golden Dome.
Recently I received the opportunity to offer some of those images for sale at the Gift Shop of the New Jersey State Museum. That institution is part of the complex and itself is worth a trip to Trenton. It has a great collection of art in different mediums from artists with a connection to New Jersey (i.e. Dorothea Lang), plus a marvelous collection of pottery, for which Trenton used to be famous, plus dinosaur bones. Spring time is an outstanding time to visit the complex, take a tour of the Statehouse and State Museum. And if you do, please stop by the gift shop and check out my collection of note cards and framed photographs. They make a great keepsake and it will be helping to maintain a great institution (the museum, not me!).
Keywords: Frank Parisi Photography, New Jersey, New Jersey State Capital, New Jersey Statehouse, State Museum Gift Shop, Statehouse Complex, Trenton, dinosaur bones, pottery, the Golden Dome
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