SUNDAY, not Saturday. On SUNDAY join us to sketch swimmer sculptures on Park Avenue. There are nine of them on display between East 39th St and 34th. They’re located on the median in the center of the Avenue.
The swimwear-clad sculptures are a good sample of a lifetime’s work by New York-based artist Carole Feuerman. She describes the hyper realistic sculptures as “Sea Idylls”. Of course the sculptures are not about swimwear, nor about swimming. The statue at E37 St is called “Justice”. It shows a woman in a bathing suit sitting on top of a chrome sphere that reflects the viewer, the street, the city and even the world.
What: We’ll be sketching the “Sea Idylls”sculptures on Park Avenue between E39th and E34th Streets.
When: SUNDAY, May 7, 2023 starting at 11 AM
Where: Meet at the public plaza at 101 Park Avenue and 40th St at 11 AM. From there we will be moving south. The sculptures are located from 39th St to 34 St. You are free to sketch whatever view appeals
Take the train to Grand Central Terminal
Lunch: 12:30 PM - Let’s meet back at 101 Park Ave (corner of E40th). Bring your own or purchase from the street vendors or stores.
Afternoon: 1:15 back to sketching
Show and Tell: 3:00 PM - back at 101 Park Ave (corner of E40th)., to share our drawings, and talk about art things.
- Bring a stool if you have one. This is pure street sketching. There are no benches
- The current weather forecast for Sunday looks very promising.