I’ve shot a lot of rainbows.
Just got back from this wild event, the 18th ART ALL NIGHT in Lawrenceville.
Saturday morning I went down and registered a photograph that is hanging there now and I’ll pick it up Sunday afternoon. This is the first year I’ve participated. What a crowd!
Here are some of the patrons waiting to get into the warehouse to see the hundreds of artworks displayed. There are artists creating “LIVE ART” that will be auctioned or sold at noon Sunday.
Thanks for allowing me to blog you and your dogs! Here are some Lawrenceville “neighbors” of the event.
The Warehouse shot earlier in the day
I think this is the line for the Free Beer
there was a lot of MOTION at Art All Night
New York City- Christopher Street at Greenwich Street
Formerly the Federal Archives Building built in 1899- for the history click here
Took most these photographs of Steam/Smoke Streaming from around the city in various locations specifically for this week’s challenge ephemeral
and added the light sabre on a knit blanket from home which is totally not with the NYC street scene but then
added the New York City store window with the Shadow Lettering from the light.
PROM 2015 It wil be here soon and then disappear in a blink.
As I arrived, I noticed sunlight.
It’s been pretty gray around here. Twenty four days until Spring.
Mary and I’d just seen the Killer Heels exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum the night before.
PixCell-Deer#24, a Tiffany & Co. Christmas Window, Chestnuts Roasting and Sisters’ Selfie at Trump Tower
“By covering surface of an object with transparent glass beads, the existence of the object itself is replaced by “a husk of light”, and the new vision “the cell of an image” (PixCell) is shown.” Kohei Nawa (artist based in Kyoto)
PixCell-Deer #24 (Taxidermied Deer with artificial crystal glass) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
An eclectic mix of photos from New York City last weekend
Chestnuts Roasting on Firfth Avenue
Sisters Selfie at Trump Tower- trying to warm up
In the Highland Park fountain. It was late in the afternoon.
Leaves swirling, their shadows moving along with the water flow.
Almost looks like a sidewalk, the stone bottom. It was hard to show the depth.
Leaves in water are different from blowing around, they’re stuck to the surface, weighted down.
I watched them for awhile, waiting for someone.