Springtime in Manhattan

Manhattan is in the full bloom of spring and its avenues and parks, large and small, are a splendid mix of color and composition – very uplifting after a long, gray winter/ a wonder to behold.  Central Park is an oasis of tranquility and beauty, reawakening with a profusion of pink flowering fruit tress, daffodils and the riotous colors of tulips. Madison Square Park, our neighboring green oasis in the Flatiron District, recently hosted the opening of a public arts installation by a very creative textile artist, Orly Genger, whose monumental textile sculptures add unexpected undulating walls of color and texture to the tranquility of a lovely urban square.

 

 

 

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