The subway station at 28th Street and Lexington Avenue (6 train) in New York City has recently reopened, after an extensive renovation, with the loveliest mosaic art installation by artist Nancy Blum.
“Called Roaming Underfoot, this blossoming glasswork by Nancy Blum was commissioned by MTA Arts & Design, a program that brings public art to the New York City Subway. The site-specific series features seven flowering plants found in the nearby Madison Square Park, including Camellia, Daffodils, Hellebores, Hydrangea, Magnolias, Red Buds, and Witch Hazel.” (My Modern Met)
“In addition to Blum’s desire to pay homage to the local park, these flowers were chosen because they bloom all year round.” (My Modern Met)
Go to Nancy Blum’s website here and download her free coloring pages.
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