Peggys in A Lonely Room

Inspired by Edward Hopper’s Conference at Night, 1949. Strong contrasts, the powerful light of the window, two shimmering figures replace the dialogue of Conference. Out of focus, fuzzy dresses, perhaps made of fuzzy fabric, envelop the figures in a warmth protective against the rooms colder hues representing the starkness and loneliness of modern urban life.  SOLD

 

Peggys in A Lonely Room, acrylics on paper, 11.5*16.5′, 30*42 cm  SOLD

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