Good Monday morning from New York.
It's a bit cool and rainy today, but at the weekend the sun was shining and I noticed that some new sculptures have appeared along the median malls along upper Broadway.
This large bronze mother and child sculpture is by Joy Brown and has been installed at the West 71st Street exit of the 72nd Street subway station.
It is possible to find out more about this public art project by having a look at the Broadway Mall Association link here. The following photo shows the Joy Brown sculpture on the mall at Broadway and 79th Street. Its curves seem to echo the architecture of the Baptist Church in the background.
I'm still probably spending far too much time trying to keep up with various current event developments, but thought I would share with you a photo of a painting I completed towards the end of the last century. I am thinking of getting out the oils again this summer when it will be possible to keep my bedroom/studio window open without fear of a pollen attack. I am posting more photos of old paintings on my Instagram page.
Thank you all for your visits and comments on my prior post with the pictures from the Met exhibit. I will be getting back there eventually for another look and more photographs.