These are paintings on used wood as the canvass...a good way to recycle
odd-shaped and odd-sized wood.
What will happen to these artists? Where will they sell their artworks?
The artists are fighting. The reason cited for the city's move to reduce the artist population by 80% because the parks and squares are dangerously getting over crowded, is not acceptable to them.
This are the artists' perceptions of what is really behind Mayor Bloomberg's motive!
For now, they are still there, along with the other vendors...
Plants for spring gardening...
rescued kittens in search of new homes...
artisanal products from the local areas...
Regular and organic produce...
Here is something for the knitters, lambswool yarn.
Man's best friend...sorry, they are not for sale!
For now, the city said there would be no immediate decision, but rather, the purpose of the hearings was to gather comments. In the meantime, the street artists have launched a creative campaign that portrays Mayor Bloomberg as a "destroyer of artists' rights."
I pray that this will all end to the mutual satisfaction of all parties involved.
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