NEW WORKS RECENTLY UNVEILED IN POLAND BY THE ARTIST OLEK On November 8, 2016, a day after the U.S. Presidential election, we started seeing increasing signs of Neo-Nazism throughout the United State of America, including New York City.  I have seen a swastika carved on a New York City subway seat and people reading about… Continue reading POST BY THE ARTIST OLEK

He who plants a tree Plants a hope ~Lucy Larcom, “Plant a Tree”

                    Inspired by a building adjacent to the High Line that had been transformed into an indoor parking lot, Ward reconfigures a memory from his childhood for his High Line Commission, Smart Tree. Returning to his father’s home in Jamaica after fifteen years away, Ward remembers… Continue reading He who plants a tree Plants a hope ~Lucy Larcom, “Plant a Tree”


        WEATHERVANE is a window gallery at 76 N8th Street between Wythe and Kent Ave. that is open and lit 24/7. We opened in May of 2015. Our main goal is to provide a public venue to show artwork by dedicated artists to bring joy and light to my neighbors and the city. In an area that… Continue reading LOOK INSIDE MY WINDOW


MAJOR COMMISSIONED OUTDOOR EXHIBITION FOR SPRING 2016 — BY RENOWNED AMERICAN SCULPTOR MARTIN PURYEAR      Big Bling, a forty-foot high, temporary multi-tier structure will be Mad. Sq. Art’s thirty-third public art exhibition MADISON SQUARE PARK CONSERVANCY  and renowned American sculptor Martin Puryear have announced a major public sculpture, Big Bling, to be on view in… Continue reading BIG BLING BY MARTIN PURYEAR