Exhibition displays art in Fordham Plaza windows

Art now fills what were once empty windows in Fordham.
Laura James, the curator for the exhibition in Fordham Plaza, was like many others in the community saying, " I've walked past this building for years and I'm like what is this building what are they doing here?"
Jessica Maffia, one of the artists that participated in the exhibit, says a variety of material is used to create the art. "I project them. I cut them out of paper and then I've used a whole variety of material, so I've drawn water with a pencil. I've drawn clouds in charcoal," said Maffia.
Now, art fills the windows in what they call the "Oasis" exhibit. It is aimed for people to walk by on a dark day and bring light.