Finally recovering from the long and intense installation in the middle of Manhattan at the Flatiron. Please stop by and view, ground level, at the glass enclosed Sprint art space, where Fifth Avenue and Broadway meet at 23rd street! post photos to this website in comments.
I am unveiling my installation at the Sprint Flatiron Prow Art Space (where 5th Avenue and Broadway meet, NYC) next week, on Thursday September 17. We will gather on the eastside of the Flatiron building at 7 pm and I will do the unveiling shortly thereafter.
The exhibit is entitled “Constructing from the Razor’s Edge”. I am suspending cut paper buildings in the space to form neighborhood streetscapes that capture the essence of Manhattan. Please join me for a glass or two of champagne/wine to be the first ones to see the show. If you are unable to make it that evening, the show will be up for three months, just shy of Christmas.
I’ve just found out after submitting an extensive proposal to exhibit in the Sprint Flatiron Art Space, that I was chosen! The iconic Flatiron building in New York City, is at the intersection of 5th Avenue and Broadway, forming the unique triangular shaped building built in the 1920s. At that time a glass space was built at ground floor jutting out from the building, but of the same shape, forming the art space. The space is about 32′ long, average 10’wide, 12′ high glass on all sides. And, now I have to create my vision. I will be installing the piece in mid-September! Stay tuned for details. Once I start building this huge piece, I will be posting progress photos. The title of my exhibit is “Urban Fabric”. Teaser: think transparent suspended cityscape stitched together. Here are a few photos of the space.Thank you Sprint!
On December 12, 2014, I was invited to be the featured artist at the Daniel Frisch Architecture holiday event. I displayed ten pieces, four pieces sold, and four commissions resulted from the party. “Atlas Hasn’t Shrugged Yet” sold, as did “The Flagler Museum”. Two small pieces of the Chrysler and Empire State building sold as well.[/caption].