Roman Hrab, manager of the Sculpture Center, and Malcolm Lightner, career development counselor, have made an artistic impression on the neighborhood eatery Melissa Blue. Visitors to the restaurant, which opened in January, are greeted by the bright Melissa Blue sign that Roman created. Also, while enjoying the “healthy American style food,” diners can view a collection of photographs by Malcolm which are now a permanent part of the restaurant’s décor. To see the work created by the talented SVA staffers, stop by Melissa Blue at 575 2nd Avenue between 31 and 32 Streets.
Image: Restaurant sign created by Roman Hrab.
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