35 Photos - Dec 12, 2013
Photo: It was wonderful to have a show in a little bit of Australia at the Australian Consulate General in New York City.  In the heart of Manhattan with spectacular views of the Chrysler Building.  July-August, 2013.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: I had some great help the day of the install.  Photo credit: Tom BarrattPhoto: Sittin' with my show.  Photo credit: Tom BarrattPhoto: The Monash Room hosts functions and meetings for the Consulates busy schedule.  Photo credit: Tom BarrattPhoto: Photo credit: Tom BarrattPhoto: Photo credit: Tom BarrattPhoto: Photo credit: Tom BarrattPhoto: Photo credit: Tom BarrattPhoto: Photo credit: Tom BarrattPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Tom BarrattPhoto: It was great to have some little Aussie Marsupials up on the walls.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Numbat, Bandicoot, Striped Possum.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: My fave Ocelot #6 had a nice view.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Right in the bottom left corner you can see a gargoyle of the Chrysler Building.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Chrysler Building.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Gargoyle and Numbat!  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Tiger Quoll #2 with the Empire State Building.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: I managed to squeeze in Tiger Quoll #2 with Grand Central Station, (green roof).  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: View of Grand Central Station from the Australian Consulate General offices on the 34th floor.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: It was so wonderful to show my work next to the Australian and American flags!  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: And with the national emblem of Australia which features a Kangaroo and an Emu.  Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Tom BarrattPhoto: Photo credit: Tom BarrattPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Photo credit: Tom BarrattPhoto: Photo credit: Ruth MarshallPhoto: Tasmanian Tiger #2 was kindly on loan from the Melbourne Museum. It was a fun experience to show a lot of work that hadn't previously been seen in New York City and to also raise some money for the Friends of Leadbeater's Possum.  Photo credit: Ruth Marshall