Apr 24, 2013

PWP's Women Inspired, an exhibition at the Grady Alexis Gallery, curated by Andrea Arroyo

Kat DiStefano, photographer, Grady Alexis Gallery, upper west side of Manhattan
Kat DiStefano in front of "Out on a Limb"

Grady Alexis Gallery, PWP exhibition "Women Inspired"
"Women Inspired" photography exhibition presented by Professional Women Photographers

Grady Alexis Gallery, upper west side Manhattan
the gallery is located in the Latin American Workshop/El Taller Latinoamericano on Broadway at 104th Street

Apr 23, 2013

PicNic Market and Café 2665 Broadway New York NY

PicNic restaurant, upper west side Manhattan, Pedro, Kat
Pedro and Kat at PicNic, bistro d"Alsace, Broadway between W.101 and W.102 Street

Apr 21, 2013

East 20s and Madison Square Park

New York City, Empire State Building
a different view of the Empire State Building

Madison Square Park, shadows
shadow flowers

Madison Square Park, flowers
Madison Square Park flowers

Madison Square Park, art installation, Orly Genger
Orly Genger's "Blue"

Madison Square Park, art installation, Orly Genger
"Red, Yellow and Blue" - art installation by Orly Genger

Apr 18, 2013

PWP Spring 2013 International Call for Entry, juried by Julie Saul

Over 1150 submissions were juried by Julie Saul, founder and director of Julie Saul Gallery in Chelsea (NYC), in four categories: People, Places, Fine Art, and Digital Imagination.

FIRST PLACE in "Places" -  "Steps at Padre Pico, Cuba" by Kat DiStefano
Kat DiStefano, photography, Julie Saul, Cuba
online exhibition at pwponline.org

Apr 16, 2013

Bryant Park and New York Public Library, main branch

New York, midtown area
looking west from Fifth Avenue and 40th Street

Bryant Park fountain
fountain at Bryant Park

Bryant Park, Empire State Building
looking south from 42nd Street, across Bryant Park, Empire State Building in the distance (center)

New York Public Library, stone lion
hmmm . . . is that Patience, or Fortitude ?
Originally named Leo Astor and Leo Lenox after the founders of the NYPL, Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia named them Patience and Fortitude in the 1930's Depression era. Patience is to the south, and Fortitude to the north - as in the above photograph.