A scene inspired by a black and white photograph I took while strolling along the Hudson River Park.
By the 1950’s the shipping industry along the Manhattan waterfront had moved north and the piers stood largely abandoned. Easily accessible from Greenwich Village, Pier 45 became a popular hangout for gay men and it remains woven into the fabric of the LGBTQ community.
Acrylic on gallery wrap canvas with neutral gray edges. Three 20 x 24 x 1.5 sections assemble in a 63 x 24 triptych. Ready to hang. Signed and titled on the back.