Edward Hopper – Morning Sun

“If you could say it in words, there’d be no reason to paint”

Edward Hopper

Edward Hopper, Morning Sun,1952. Private collection. Courtesy Art Renewal Centre

I haven’t been posting for more than one month now. Inspiring things are still all around me, luckily. I guess I am only having difficulties in articulating with the rationality-driven verbal language the intense ineffable sensations that visual art can liberate all in one instant. And like the woman in Hopper‘s Morning Sun, I am metaphorically receiving in silence my beams of sunlight through a lot of different artists around…

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2 responses to “Edward Hopper – Morning Sun

  1. I *just* saw that painting tonight at the Edward Hopper expo in Paris. His paintings are beautiful! They have such a contemplative and solitary quality to them. I hope you get enough sun and get your groove back.

    • Thank you Kareen for dropping by and for your kind and encouraging words! So many things happen in solitude, silence and contemplation…like the stillness in Hopper’s art, so dense and eventful!

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