By Dr. Geraldine Velasquez, Communication, Graphic Design, and Multimedia
Two women sitting below poster
I can picture my mother here, though this is not her. A veteran New Yorker, lover of subways and museums, often in her senior years she would travel on the #6 subway on the Lexington line all the way from the Bronx to 86th Street. She often talked to strangers and it would be just like her to meet another senior/art lover relaxing on a bench in the lower level of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, shopping bags resting at their feet like obedient dogs.
Jeff Poons sculpture on the roof garden of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.
What a great place to hangout on a sunny afternoon in the summer, the roof garden of the Met. Looking in every direction, I fantasize living in a swell apartment facing Central Park. Who doesn’t? Men/women/children are colored by reflection from Jeff Poons strangely wonderful sculptures on the roof. Life rivals art in the floors below.