A few interesting scenes from around the city.
Central Park with orchid sculpture in the distance.
Although the bas-relief motifs seem like they should be on Communist Party headquarters, this Art Deco loft building was built in 1925. Located in SoHo, the building now houses a variety of companies, including the agency my daughter works for. The images are an interesting collection: weighing metal? fabricating? shaving wood or metal? mixing chemicals? Originally known as the Green Building, I’m still searching for answers about its early use.
While researching the art on the SOHO building above, I came across a great blog called Ephemeral NY: Chronicling an ever-changing city through faded and forgotten artifacts. Fellow history-lovers will enjoy it: https://ephemeralnewyork.wordpress.com
Love the entry portals to the diamond district.
The photo is not skewed, this gargoyle is one of two over doorways, Upper East Side.
Current sculpture at Rockefeller Center, “Van Gogh’s Ear.” Really?