So, what's going on at the Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn Harbor? Plenty! To get to the Georgian Mansion, you pass through some of the gardens and pass by some of the sculpture - just to whet your appetite for the rest of the place. Set on 145 acres, there are elegant formal gardens, an outdoor sculpture garden, ponds, an art studio, miniatures and an ever- changing fine arts exhibition. On a recent visit, I discovered that the 'guard' on the second floor was a permanent fixture - a static feature - a quiet observer - if you haven't guessed yet, he is an art piece. Another fabulous exhibition, the lady in the beach chair, will not get involved in answering questions, either. Currently on temporary exhibition, there is a look at Photorealism, an interesting and important art movement. The permanent collections include a number of important works by well known artists. While on the site, visit the Tee Ridder Miniature Museum, displaying 26 miniature rooms and 20 additional rooms on shelf display. The mansion was the home of Henry Clay Frick, and the land had originally belonged to William Cullen Bryant. There are many programs offered by the Nassau County Museum of Art - some for children (Culture Kids) and more for adults. Special events include lectures, workshops, concerts, private tours and outdoor shows. I heard mention of wine tastings, private parties, a gala ball and more. The Museum is open Tuesday thru Sunday from 11:00 am to 5 pm. There is a Gift Shop and a Museum Caf. For information, call (516) 484-93387 or visit their website at www.nassaumuseum.com.