Sunday, August 6, 2017

Weekday Urban Sketchers at Grotto in Central Park

Can you believe that there is a hidden grotto right in Central Park? 

Our destination this week is a series of connecting waterways that traverses the north end of Central Park. This lesser known area of the park, known as The Ravine, consists of The Pool, The Glen Span Arch and the Loch going through the Huddleston Arch (made without any mortar) and eventually into the Harlem Meer, offers us a small slice of the Adirondacks with a bit of the urban skyline to capture in our sketches.  Join us for sketching and the search for the "headwaters" of the waterways of Central Park.

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The Pool

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The Waterfall

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The Loch
DATE: TUESDAY, August 8, 2017

TIME:  10:30 M

LOCATION:  We will meet by The Pool, then work our way down through the Grotto to capture various scene.  

Enter the park on at 103rd Street and Central Park West.  Follow the path to The Pool. Look for us along the paths that lead from The Pool to the Loch.  

TRANSPORTATION:  C or B to 103rd Street. 

Please RSVP directly to Raylie Dunkel at  Looking for us? Call  or text Raylie at 201 978 6387.  Bring lunch, a stool and plenty of water.  


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