“The city that never sleeps” is a series of people sleeping in the transit system of New York City. The city is advertised as never stopping but its population rests when commuting. Everyone shows a softer face when their eyes are closed. Some are going somewhere, some are homeless. All are in need of a moment of peace.

“Nodding off” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“Nodding off” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“Napping with a playlist on” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“Napping with a playlist on” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“Sleeping but ready” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“Sleeping but ready” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“Sleep the sleep of the just” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“Sleep the sleep of the just” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“A place of her own” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“A place of her own” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“The twins” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“The twins” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“Short nap for the old lion” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“Short nap for the old lion” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“ Today’s shipwrecked soul at W4th Station” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“ Today’s shipwrecked soul at W4th Station” 5” x 7” Acrylic on Canvas

“Drinking a juice and falling asleep” 5” x 7” Acrylic.

“Drinking a juice and falling asleep” 5” x 7” Acrylic.

“Exhausted young man” 5” x 7” Acrylic on canvas

“Exhausted young man” 5” x 7” Acrylic on canvas

“Homeless man inside the subway” 5” x 7” Acrylic on canvas

“Homeless man inside the subway” 5” x 7” Acrylic on canvas

“There is always more misery among the lower classes than there is humanity in the higher.” Victor Hugo, Les Misérables  "Immigrant workers" 5" x 7" Acrylic on canvas

“There is always more misery among the lower classes than there is humanity in the higher.” Victor Hugo, Les Misérables

"Immigrant workers" 5" x 7" Acrylic on canvas