New LIRR Art Installation Takes Flight at Carle Place Station

Glasswork ‘Aviary’ Pays Homage to Local Aviation History and Natural Habitats

The LIRR Expansion Project continues to advance, most recently with the installation of glass artwork at the Carle Place Station. The installation – known as “Aviary”—explores themes of flight, in part playing homage to the nearby Cradle of Aviation Museum, Grumman Headquarters, and area airports; as well as various birds and habitats native to the area. The artwork was commissioned by MTA Arts & Design, created from paintings by artist Gail Boyajian.

The art is part of station enhancements for Carle Place Station which was built in 1837, refurbished […]

Source: lirrexpansion.com

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