The Statue of Liberty painted from trade towers in New York.
This watercolor is part a series of paintings from landscape class at the Parsons school of design in NY in the 80's.We would meet at different locations in the city for Emily Ellmans' class. The view of the statue of liberty from the world trade towers was surreal and sublime.Upon reflection both the subject matter and perspective have meaning today.
This watercolor shows The statue of liberty and small boats as the sun sets.It was painted from the top of the World Trade towers in New York in 1981.The building would sway a bit as our class painted the view.
This was part of a landscape painting class at the Parsons school of design in NY in 1981. Here below are studies made for a shopping bag design for the art director of the magazine section of the NY Times.I enjoyed working with them as a number of my illustrations were used in The New York Times magazine section,Sports Monday,and the advertising section appearing in full pages regularly in the Times! this painting a watercolor is painted This view is from the Empire State Building in New York.Note the twilight and streetlights below.
This was part of a landscape painting class at the Parsons school of design in NY in 1981.