I just got back from a week's stay in New York City for a Marywood University MFA "Study Tour." Twenty-six students came from all over the U.S. to meet in NYC for workshops, illustrator and graphic designer presentations, a visit to world famous graphic design agency Chermayeff and Geismar (creators of the NBC Peacock logo, and the PBS and Mobil logos), and lots of fun trips to art exhibits and galleries. We ate in some AMAZING restaurants, shopped in some very unusual stores, and did a LOT of walking. There's so much to see and do in New York! I took more than 700 photos with my trusty Canon Rebel- here are a few for you to enjoy.
Fountain sculpture in Central Park's Conservatory Garden, and a hat made of pennies that appeared in a student exhibit at the Fashion Institute of Technology.
A fantastic Chinese dragon for sale at Pearl River Mart (a wonderful store in Soho), and the view from our table at Panna II. This unusual restaurant serves delicious Indian cuisine at 93 First Avenue in the East Village.
Blue Church Art