Friday, February 24, 2012

Beautiful work of art in Riverside Park

In June 2011, some student sculptors were given the chance to unveil their art in front of the entire city. The program Model To Monument allowed them to create a piece of public art from start to finish and to display it in Riverside Park, a popular 266-acre park – designed among others by Frederick Law Olmsted - that stretches along five miles of the Hudson.

This piece of art is a life-size bronze of a girl and her dog looking out on the River. The picture was taken with Instagram.

Sculptures will be displayed until June 2012.

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