A new series of murals on the Brooklyn Bridge is drawing attention to a city that has long been ignored by the rest of the world.
In recent years, the murals have been placed on a series of floating platforms, some of which float above the street.
One such mural, which depicts a group of women with small children, was recently installed at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
The work is part of a global campaign to bring attention to Brooklyn, a city in need of a mural, a series titled ‘Bring the World’s Attention To Brooklyn.’
It was originally intended to be a one-off, but the campaign has grown and expanded to include many more murals throughout the city.
The series includes two floating platforms on the East River, one that’s a large portrait of a woman and one depicting a group, including two children, of people with small kids.
A series of watercolors was placed on the bridges’ undersea mural panels, and the work has been a popular attraction for visitors.
Some have even called the installation “beautiful.”‘
I feel a sense of pride in it’One of the mural murals was created for a school in Brooklyn’s Lower East Side.
The watercolor mural features a group with small babies sitting on a platform.
The work, which features a woman, is one of the most popular pieces of art in the series, said the artist, who wished to remain anonymous.
“It is very inspiring,” she said.
“I feel very proud and proud of it.
It’s not only for the children, but also for the whole city of Brooklyn.”
The work of the artist is meant to symbolize the importance of the community and the importance for the city to continue to invest in the health and well-being of its residents.
“I felt it would be a good thing to do to give back to the community in terms of the health care and education for children,” said the woman, who has a toddler.
It’s not the first time that the artist has used her skills to draw attention to New York.
Earlier this year, she created a series called ‘Bringing the World to Brooklyn’ that featured a large mural of a man, wearing a cap and hat, who was standing on the side of a Brooklyn Bridge.
The painting was designed to draw a large crowd.
In 2015, a large mural mural of Mayor de Blasio, which was in the New York Public Library’s collection, was installed on the Manhattan Bridge.
As part of the project, the artist and the library took in the work and shared it with the public, drawing in a lot of attention.
The work was praised for its message and for the impact it had on the local community.
“The public had a sense that it was important to see that a lot was being done and that it’s being done by a really great artist,” said Ms. Ritter.
Ms. Ritts works are a mix of realism and fantasy, and are meant to be viewed by a wider audience, she said, adding that she would love to be able to use her talents for the benefit of the city of New York and the city at large.
“We are really in need,” she added.
She hopes the work will draw in more people and inspire people to participate in a more diverse art scene.
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“Bringing Brooklyn to the People” is a collaboration with The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Brooklyn Museum, the New Haven Museum of Art, the Museum of the City of New Mexico and the Brooklyn Public Library.
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