CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. – MTA Arts for Transit has introduced its newest exhibit in a series of landscapes that depict views of Croton trees throughout the seasons on windows at the Croton-Harmon Train Station.
The artwork was created by Corinne Ulmann and fabricated by Peters Studios, so that each window is comprised of three layers of hand-painted glass.
“Each window is paired with the window directly across, so that the room is sequenced into bands of seasons as commuters walk across the space. For some, this path may allude to the passage of hours: from the quiet of morning, still full of potential, towards the abundance and productivity of the coming day. Once home, the images in reverse signal a calming down, a hibernation of the evening or weekend ahead.”
The MTA Arts for Transit was created to oversee the selection of artists and installation of permanent artworks in subway and commuter rail stations owned by the MTA.
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