Nancy Blum
Roaming Underfoot
MTA Arts & Design
New York City, NY


Roaming Underfoot is a suite of large-scale botanically themed glass mosaic murals designed for New York City’s MTA Art & Design program. Located at the historic 28th St. Station on both the uptown and downtown platforms for the 6 train, they celebrate the flowering plants that can be found in the nearby Madison Square Park Conservancy’s Perennial Collection. The blooming plants represent plant species that can withstand changing climate conditions within NYC and include: Red Buds, Magnolias, Hellebores, Witch Hazel, Daffodils, Hydrangea, and Camelia. Installed 2019.


Fabricator: Miotto Mosaic Art Studios and Artistic Mosaics by Travisanutto
Photographer: Cathy Carver
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Roaming Underfoot MTA Art & Design New York City, NY
Roaming Underfoot MTA Art & Design New York City, NY
Roaming Underfoot MTA Art & Design New York City, NY
Roaming Underfoot MTA Art & Design New York City, NY
Roaming Underfoot MTA Art & Design New York City, NY
Roaming Underfoot MTA Art & Design New York City, NY