Schermerhorn Row

Schermerhorn Row/Michele Bedigian

More than 200 years ago, merchant Peter Schermerhorn commissioned a series of 14 brick warehouses to be built along Fulton Street near the East River to serve Manhattan’s growing South Street Seaport, an area so busy that it has been described as New York City’s “first world trade center.” Within a few decades, the needs of the area changed […]

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Into the Melting Pot

Above is a small lino-cut I had done at the South Street Seaport titled Point of Entry…into the melting pot.  Thought it was kind of appropriate given the occasion this holiday weekend, Happy Thanksgiving everyone! May the best of life’s offering in this great land we call home fill yours with peace and abundance. …and for those who […]

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This drawing was done a little over a month ago down at the south street seaport in NYC. Now I’ve been there a million times and drawn the boats at least that many times, so on this day I looked for something different. I found this great mess of bikes. There truly is always something […]

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