Thursday, March 11, 2010

"A Spectrum Of Jewels" Is On Display Until March 27th



The show went up without a hitch and I am pleased with the responses. I am posting a few pictures of the show as well as the neighborhood. The first three pictures show the neighborhood.
Here is a shot looking south on Lexington at 48th street with the gallery being where the green sign (Hotel Roger Smith) and the ground meet.



This second photo is a panoramic shot showing east on the left side of the photo and south on the right hand side of the photo. The gallery is in the lower left hand corner and you can see the installation through the window. The gallery is viewed from the street and due to its great location in the heart of Midtown Manhattan it will have many viewers. (The gallery says 2500 per day)


This shot is obviously during the day and looking north at the gallery.




This shot was taken at night looking east (and a tad north) from the sidewalk through the windows.


This shot was taken inside the gallery space looking east (and a tad north)- It shows the lower half of the piece.


Here is a shot of the upper part of the installation looking straight east.



Here is a shot from outside the gallery looking Northeast

If you are in NYC please check it out!
Thanks!

2 comments:

Matt said...

Love it Kaz! It looks beautiful. Thanks for all your hard work.

Kaz Maslanka said...

Thanks Matt!!

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