Sunday, August 27, 2017
There is a hidden grotto in Central Park
With admiration we are copying the Weekday NYC USk group who sketched an incredible piece of Central Park a few weeks ago.
|Photo by Bruce Monroe|
Our destination is a series of connecting waterways that traverses the north end of Central Park. This lesser known area of the park, known as The Ravine, consists of The Pool, The Glen Span Arch and the Loch going through the Huddleston Arch (made from huge stones without any mortar) and eventually leads into the Harlem Meer.
The Park itself is a work of art and this portion includes a wild but artistically perfect view of nature with a bit of the urban skyline thrown in.
DATE: SUNDAY, August 27, 2017
TIME: Start time - 10:00 AM
LOCATION: We will meet at the entrance to the park at West 103rd Street and Central Park West. From there we will go to the The Pool, then work our way down through the Grotto to capture various scenes. If you come late enter the park and follow the water - you'll find us. Or feel free to call or text (see number below)
- Subway: C or B to 103rd Street.
- Or come by car there is no alternate side of the street parking on Sunday.
Lunch: Noon - 12 PM. Dining al fresco. Bring lunch or depend on park vendors. We’ll be eating together by the pond.
Afternoon: 1:15 PM Back to sketching. We'll explore spots along the waterway.
Show and Tell: 3:00 PM - Gather to head over to The Fat Monk, 949 Columbus Ave (between W. 106-107 St) (212) 837-2334. We will share drawings, good stories and a snack or refreshments if you're so inclined.
Bring a stool - always a good idea, it gives you more options.
If you can’t find us
call or text Mark at 973-809-9128
There are no fees. All drawing skill levels are welcome.
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