Famously, Goethe proclaimed architecture “frozen music”. David Dubal, famous in his own right as one of America’s leading commentators on music, has provided still moments, monuments of a sort, with his nearly unknown over half century of work as painter. Marilyn Perry, famous as an art history scholar and one of the world’s leading architectural preservationists as longtime chair of the World Monuments Fund, now devotes herself to painting images of nature that exude a musical sensibility. The notion of the Renaissance person of arts and letters is alive and well with these two Upper West Sider multi-talented and extraordinarily accomplished masters of many arts. This exhibit runs daily noon to 6 pm through June 24.