20. Onkel Oskar’s Suspenders in Sherman Creek Park

Photo courtesy NYC Parks

Until November 14th, this fun exhibition in Sherman Creek Park features six carved wood and mixed media sculptures by artist and psychiatrist Peter Bulow. According to NYC Parks, Bulow “has created a garden within a garden: a personal garden of his childhood, populated by monumental statues of his family. Visitors will find his great aunt Trude and great uncle Oskar from Berlin, his Hungarian mother Giselle, depicted when she was living in India and wearing a sari, and the artist himself as a five year old boy next to Oskar, wearing identical suspenders, showing a tiger he had made out of clay.”