Happy City by Peter Sis

Happy City by Peter Sis

The multi-part installation Happy City by Peter Sis depicts the diverse ingredients found in NYC communities. Created with etched stone and glass, the mosaics include landmark buildings near the 86th St. station on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, along with whimsical people and animals.
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