3. Seascape Sculptures at Seaport District
In South Street Seaport of Lower Manhattan, sculptures of kelp and coral formations created by Wade and Leta have been installed. Splashed with bright colors and replicating the inventive and organic forms of the ocean vegetation the title refers to, they make a vivid and playful addition to this summer’s assortment of public sculptures in the city.
Seascpae Sculptures are located on the cobblestones at Fulton and Front streets, and are inspired by the historic ships docked nearby at Pier 16. The Seascape Sculptures will be on display until September 2019.