Put on your sunglasses and go to Empire-Fulton
Ferry State Park to see the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition’s
latest outdoor sculpture exhibition, "Chasing Rainbows."
Although pots of gold may be rare, imaginative works won’t be in short supply.
Among the wide array of artwork on display is Tyrome Tripoli’s "The Selfish Gene." The artist’s sketch of the DNA double helix made of plastic toys is pictured.
The exhibit opens with a reception on July 3 at noon with live music. Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park is accessible from Dock Street and Main Street in DUMBO. The free exhibit is on view July 3-30, from 8:30 am to 8:30 pm. For more information, visit the Web site at www.bwac.org or call (718) 596-2507.
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