Monday, August 31, 2015

Weekday Sketchers Draw Whimsy 

This week we will explore the whimsical creations of the sculptor Tom Otterness.  His little people and animals populate the subway and other places around the city but the treasure trove of his creations are in Rockefeller Park at the north end of Batter Park City along River Terrace between Chambers and Warren Streets.  

Little people, big feet, strange animals and coins are scattered on the tables, floors and walls are throughout this playground which is laced with water features filled with children.  We can move to Teardrop Park after lunch and drop into the figure drawing session at 2nd Place in the later afternoon. Don't like whimsy?  There are always wonderful river views to add to your sketchbook.

 Nelson A. Rockefeller Park/The Real World/Tom Otterness Nelson A. Rockefeller Park/The Real World/Tom Otterness

DATE: WEDNESDAY September 2, 2015 


LOCATION: Real World Park at the foot of Warren Street

Transportation: 1,2,3 to Chambers Street. Then walk west to the river.  Or any train to City Hall or World Trade Center and follow Battery Park City to the north end of Rockefeller Park.

Optional Afternoon Activity: 2:30 -4:30  Free figure drawing session sponsored by Battery Park Conservancy at 2nd Place in the South Cove.   

Bring your lunch or a snack for a picnic along the river.  Indoor bathrooms are adjacent to the park.

Please RSVP directly to Raylie Dunkel at  Looking for us? Call Raylie at 201-978-6387.

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