Grand Central Station, td forests, td bank, art for trees, trees nyc, million trees nyc, forest in a suitcase, miniature forest, Vanderbilt Hall, Kathleen Vance's, Gifford's Forest, Ivan Stojakovic, Philippa Lawrence, dustin yellin, elizabeth whalley, Federico HerreroGifford’s Forest is part of Kathleen Vance‘s “Traveling Landscapes” series of nature vignettes enclosed in travel-worn suitcases.

Ten New York City artists donated works for the “Art for Trees” exhibit, and all of the pieces are currently for sale with proceeds going towards New York Restoration Project, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Trees New York and Friends of the High Line. If you spot one you’d like to see hanging in your own home, contact the Bridgette Mayer Gallery.

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Grand Central Station, td forests, td bank, art for trees, trees nyc, million trees nyc, forest in a suitcase, miniature forest, Vanderbilt Hall, Kathleen Vance's, Gifford's Forest, Ivan Stojakovic, Philippa Lawrence, dustin yellin, elizabeth whalley, Federico HerreroIvan Stojakovic‘s Super Storm Barrier fuses live succulents with deconstructed composite panel to depict an aerial view of NYC flood zones and proposed post-Sandy storm barriers.

If you aren’t able to catch Art for Trees at Grand Central Terminal this week, TD Bank will also be displaying replicas of the pieces in many of its NYC branches this month. The mini-gallery will also be showing for one day in the High Line’s 14th Street Passage on October 24th.

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