ART
ARCHITECTURE
& HISTORY
in the Public Realm
Garden Stops, 1996
Artworks: Glass

Artist
Patsy Norvell
Collection
MTA Arts & Design
Materials
Sandblasted glass windows in mezzanine; stair railing and exterior fence
Dates
  • Constructed, 1996
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Description
Creeping vines are the unifying motif in Patsy Norvell's windows, railings, and fences for the Beverly Road and Cortelyou Road subway stations. Norvell was inspired by neighborhood gardens. Large, decorative glass windows in the waiting rooms of both stations overlook the tracks and bring a touch of home into the station. An MTA Arts for Transit project.
Courtesy of MTA Arts for Transit
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Location
Beverly Rd. & E. 16th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11226
United States

Mezzanine, stair railing, and exterior fence, Beverly Rd and Cortelyou Rd subway stations
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