Check Out the Beautiful Floral Mosaics at Newly-Opened 28th Street 6 Train Station in Manhattan

Artist Nancy Blum recently completed seven(!) large-scale, floral mosaics inside the newly-opened 28th Street 6 Station in Manhattan on 28th Street and Lexington Avenue. Check them out!

Blooms are busting out all over in @nancy_blum‘s “Roaming Underfoot” (2019) at the newly re-opened historic 28th Street (6) station. The seven flowering plants depicted in the glass mosaic artwork (fabricated by #MiottoMosaics) are from nearby @madsqparknyc Conservancy’s perennial collection, including Red Buds, Magnolias, Hellebores, Witch Hazel, Daffodils, Hydrangea and Camellia. Each are suited to the changing climate conditions of the city. Similar to a glorious #garden, the larger than life underground #flowers create a delightful space in every season.

via MTA

28 Street Subway Station
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Matt enjoys exploring the City's with his partner and son. He is an avid marathon runner, and spends most of his time eating, running, and working on cool stuff.

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