painting the town new

Art, exhibitions, My Photography, Poetry

Hey folks! I am live from New York City here! Man, has it been a busy week but I think I am finally ready to get back into a routine. I am [mostly] moved into my apartment, have the internet up and running, and  even had a little time to go out and explore this beautiful city I now will call home. I took my mom to see a couple hours of Christian Marclay’s The Clock at the Lincoln Center, checked out the Highline for the first time, and can seriously get used to all the amazing street art that paints the city. Can’t wait to start this adventure and share all the glories of this city with you! outside Christian Marclay’s The Clock

Eduardo Kobra, V-J Mural, 2012 @ 25th and 10th ave

Spencer Finch, The River that Flows Both Ways, 2009

JR, part of his Inside Out project @ 29th st. learnaboutproject

Jordan Betten and others, High Line Zoo, 27th and 28th st. (it glows at night!!) visitsite. 

on the streets.

the New York City Highline

On the streets

this city needs..

Out on the town with my new roommate, we found a fake Banksy!

keep up with my daily adventures via Instagram- username thedreambeing

{ …that I was going to live in New York eventually and that everything in between was just a horrible intermission. I’d spent those sixteen years imagining what New York was going to be like. I thought it was going to be the most exciting, magical, fraught-with-possibility place that you could ever live in; a place where if you really wanted something, you might be able to get it; a place where I’d be surrounded by people I was dying to be with. And I turned out to be right.} – Nora  Ephron from My First New York

{New York is a fiction of sorts, a construct, a story, into which you can walk at any moment and at any angle and end up blindsided, turned upside down, changed.} – Colum Mccann, from My First New York

4 thoughts on “painting the town new

  1. Love it!!! Keep posting the amazing street art. I love it. Maybe I’ll paint the side of my house. Not! But, wish I could.

  2. it is amazing what we see when we stroll the streets of our city. the sights, sounds, and smells…welcome to the big apple…

  3. This is so cool! I’m so happy for you! :) I can’t wait to hear about your school and I’m excited to see more photographs of NYC!

    xx Adrian

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