Birds In Central Park Elana AmitySpace for Public Art 215 West 38th Street, New York 10018
It may not be the most impressive migration distance-wise, but the Birds of Central Park have flocked to 38th Street and our Space for Public Art. The latest installation features the work of Garment District artist Elana Amity, and is dedicated to raising awareness for the Ink Well Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides free drawing sessions to children who are facing illness.
Inspired by nature, history, literature and travel, Birds in Central Park features a series of eight paintings including Autumn Sparrows, Birds in Puddle, Birds in Flight and Sparrow Ritual, which strive to capture the fleeting and enduring moments of life in New York City and beyond.
You can bird watch at 215 West 38th Street until the end of February.