as always, click on image for a closer view
While I was painting this, the owner, concerned that the car was going to damage the tree, had it removed, much to the joy of his neighbors, who apparently didn’t get the joke.
This view of Newark is not from the top of a country road, but a Landfill still in operation. Seton Hall Law School is on the extreme left side of the skyline.
One of my older paintings made the cut.
Another painting from 1992. This was really an architectural salvage yard between little Italy and The Lower East Side.
From the cWOW website:
Urban Legends, a cWOW exhibition in the Atrium Gallery of Seton Hall University School of Law, One Newark Center, Newark, NJ, was curated by Mollie Thonneson and works of art by artists Peter C. Emerick, M. Benjamin Herndon, Kirsten Nash, Scott Sjobakken, Charlie Steiner, Leona Strassberg Steiner, Mollie Thonneson and Alan Walker (emphasis mine). Free and open to the public daily 10am-5pm.
We will be having an informal reception as part of Newark’s 11th Annual Open Doors Studio Tour. Details forthcoming.