Gecko Portrait featured in New York City art gallery

By on December 16, 2011 at 8:09 AM

Posted in: Marketing & Communications

When the Gecko began his journey across America, he knew it would take him from sea to shining sea and through amber waves of grain. No one could have predicted that it would take him into one of New York City’s eminent art galleries.

This month, The Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts gallery will feature a portrait of the Gecko created during his visit to The Big Apple. The color caricature-style portrait, made by an anonymous street artist, will be available for viewing until Dec. 24 and then for the entire month of January. Locals can find the gallery at 526 W. 26th Street #605 New York, NY 10001, which is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

You can find more about the portrait’s creation and the rest of the Gecko’s journey at the Gecko’s Facebook page or by accessing the Gecko Tracker. How will the Gecko top this?

One response to “Gecko Portrait featured in New York City art gallery

  1. Bruce says:

    Very cool! But where did he park while he was in New York?