Saturday July 13th
Hosted by Cathy and Lewis Gutterman
A year-round New York City destination, Bryant Park is known as Manhattan's Town Square. The park is famous for its lush seasonal gardens, free activities, and al fresco dining. We'll have lots of sketching possibilities in this wonderful park. Located adjacent to the New York Public Library and surrounded by iconic skyscrapers, Bryant Park is visited by more than 12 million people each year and is one of the busiest public spaces in the world.
Our sketch possibilities for the day include:
- Limon Dance Moves (10:00-11:00 AM)
- The Fountain
- The Carousel Carrousel
- Statues of:
- William Cullen Bryant
- Gertrude Stein Statue
- An incredible view of skyscrapers in every direction
- The backside of the main branch of the NY Public Library
√ Note: If it rains, we'll meet at the entrance to the New York Public Library, and move indoors to sketch inside.
When: Saturday July 13th. We'll start at 10 AM. Sleeping late? Come anyway, we'll be there.
Lunch: 12 - Noon. Bring your own, or purchase from vendors. We'll find a place to eat together.
Afternoon: 1 PM. Back to sketching this wonderful park.
Show and Tell: 3 PM Back to the lunch spot to share drawings and tell stories. This is the social part of our day and not to be missed.
- Bring a stool if you have one. It gives you more options.
- Dress for sunshine. Sketching can easily turn into a day of unexpected sunbathing.
If you can’t find us
call or text Cathy at (914) 625-0766
There are no fees. All drawing skill levels are welcome.