painting with Andrew and Paul Yanchyshyn, 2012
painting with Andrew and Paul Yanchyshyn, 2012

The original painting was changed in 2012 but its circumferential text remains the same:

COME LET US BE IN BEAUTY TOGETHER CIRCLED BY TREES AS THE RIVER FLOWS.

The Junior League of New York City generously donated the paint.

Photo by Melvin Felix for The Local East Villager now known as Bedford + Bowery.

ERP1.jpg
Approaching the center, 2012-now
Approaching the center, 2012-now
detail of circumference text
detail of circumference text

COME LET US BE IN BEAUTY TOGETHER CIRCLED BY TREES AS THE RIVER FLOWS
 

 Learning about, making labyrinths, and walking together with Grand Street Settlement participants.

Learning about, making labyrinths, and walking together with Grand Street Settlement participants.

East River Reflections Labyrinth 2004-2012
East River Reflections Labyrinth 2004-2012

The labyrinth disappeared in 2008 when  it was scheduled to be demolished. That did not happen but construction materials were placed over it until 2010 when it surfaced again. A friend cycling by phoned to tell me and I went to see if I could get permission to repaint it. Permission granted, I refreshed the painting.

Dancers, choeographed and video taped by Nora Stephens
Dancers, choeographed and video taped by Nora Stephens

Still from Tracking the Labyrinth a video by Diana M. Carulli and Nora Stephens.

Dancers choreographed and video taped by Nora Stephens.
Dancers choreographed and video taped by Nora Stephens.

Still from video, Tracking the Labyrinth, by Diana M. Carulli and Nora Stephens.

children learning about and making labyrinths.
children learning about and making labyrinths.
children learning about and making labyrinths.
children learning about and making labyrinths.
children's made labyrinth of chalk with stones.
children's made labyrinth of chalk with stones.
Labyrinth Outlasted Sandy collage by Diana M. Carulli, 2012.
Labyrinth Outlasted Sandy collage by Diana M. Carulli, 2012.

Text and images from an article in The Villager by Lincoln Anderson, superimposed on a Photo of the East river Reflections Labyrinth.

Tanzania on the East River Reflections Labyrinth.
Tanzania on the East River Reflections Labyrinth.

photo by Diana M. Carulli

visionary image: ways to power ourselves and a park.
visionary image: ways to power ourselves and a park.

My steel sculpture Attachment with a wind turbine, all on a labyrinth.


 

painting with Andrew and Paul Yanchyshyn, 2012
ERP1.jpg
Approaching the center, 2012-now
detail of circumference text
 Learning about, making labyrinths, and walking together with Grand Street Settlement participants.
East River Reflections Labyrinth 2004-2012
Dancers, choeographed and video taped by Nora Stephens
Dancers choreographed and video taped by Nora Stephens.
children learning about and making labyrinths.
children learning about and making labyrinths.
children's made labyrinth of chalk with stones.
Labyrinth Outlasted Sandy collage by Diana M. Carulli, 2012.
Tanzania on the East River Reflections Labyrinth.
visionary image: ways to power ourselves and a park.
painting with Andrew and Paul Yanchyshyn, 2012

The original painting was changed in 2012 but its circumferential text remains the same:

COME LET US BE IN BEAUTY TOGETHER CIRCLED BY TREES AS THE RIVER FLOWS.

The Junior League of New York City generously donated the paint.

Photo by Melvin Felix for The Local East Villager now known as Bedford + Bowery.

Approaching the center, 2012-now
detail of circumference text

COME LET US BE IN BEAUTY TOGETHER CIRCLED BY TREES AS THE RIVER FLOWS
 

Learning about, making labyrinths, and walking together with Grand Street Settlement participants.

East River Reflections Labyrinth 2004-2012

The labyrinth disappeared in 2008 when  it was scheduled to be demolished. That did not happen but construction materials were placed over it until 2010 when it surfaced again. A friend cycling by phoned to tell me and I went to see if I could get permission to repaint it. Permission granted, I refreshed the painting.

Dancers, choeographed and video taped by Nora Stephens

Still from Tracking the Labyrinth a video by Diana M. Carulli and Nora Stephens.

Dancers choreographed and video taped by Nora Stephens.

Still from video, Tracking the Labyrinth, by Diana M. Carulli and Nora Stephens.

children learning about and making labyrinths.
children learning about and making labyrinths.
children's made labyrinth of chalk with stones.
Labyrinth Outlasted Sandy collage by Diana M. Carulli, 2012.

Text and images from an article in The Villager by Lincoln Anderson, superimposed on a Photo of the East river Reflections Labyrinth.

Tanzania on the East River Reflections Labyrinth.

photo by Diana M. Carulli

visionary image: ways to power ourselves and a park.

My steel sculpture Attachment with a wind turbine, all on a labyrinth.


 

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