May 20, 2017
Hosted by Susan and Joan,
|The Arch by Lancelot Gambis|
Washington Square Park One of the top people-watching spots in all of NYC, there’s a never-ending parade of street musicians, performance artists, students, and tourists. The fountain, the arch, and the curves in the road, everywhere you look there's something interesting to sketch.
|Joan Szalay Tavolott: Sketched at Washington Square Park |
using ArtRage on her iPad.
|Photo of Jeff Levine |
taken by Tyko Kihlstedt
Where: Washington Square Park. Meeting place under the arch at 5th Avenue and Waverly Place (AKA - Washington Square North)
How: WSP is easy to reach by subway. The closest choices include:
- West 4th Street - A, C, D, E, F and M Subway
- Astor Place #6 Subway
- Bleeker St #6 Subway
- 8th STreet NYU N, R Subway
- Christopher - Sheridan Square #1 Subway
Lunch: 12 - Noon: Meet again under the arch. Bring your own or buy lunch from the many vendors and stores in the area. We'll find a good spot to eat together.
Afternoon: 1:00 PM After lunch we're back continuing capturing Washington Square in all it's glory on a brilliant spring day
Show and Tell: 3:00 We'll walk up McDougal Street to 8th Street to the Arts and Crafts Beer Parlor, 26 W 8th St, to share drawings, good stories and a beer or wine if you're so inclined.
- If you have a folding stool or chair - bring it.
If you can’t find us
call or text Joan (516) 510-1473
There are no fees or attendance taken. All drawing skill levels are welcome.