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zep (Apr 27, 2007)
cheating on hopper
zep (Apr 27, 2007)
drawn in 36 min
davincipoppalag (Apr 27, 2007)
You do his style well Javier...this is beautiful already..
zep (May 10, 2007)
drawn in 17 min
StrawberryPaintbrush (May 29, 2007)
Ohh Hopper *sighs* One of my very favorite artists. I knew this was a Hopper at a glance. Very nice.
DeadlyBlondeArcher (May 29, 2007)
boy if i had a nickel everytime my husband said that 'i'll fix it tomorrow' thing... hmmmm some of the things i can think of were 19 years and 362 days ago, and they still aren't fixed. =D

i like this painting because it depicts that they are comfortable being 'together', while they aren't actually interacting and they are each in separate planes of thought, they remain as 'companions', and still comforted by the other's presence. I hope that makes sense... it does to me. =]
StrawberryPaintbrush (May 31, 2007)
A lot of people interpret Hopper's paintings differently and I read an interesting article about the various interpretations of just one piece. I usually get a depressing and very lonely feeling when I look at his work, as if the subjects are deliberately ignoring eachother as if to make a point. But I can also see what you mean DBA, that they look content with eachother without acknowledging one another.
zep (Jul 26, 2010)
drawn in 37 min
loosing hopper
Aakyra (edited Jul 31, 2010)
I totally agree with Strawberry Paintbrush ... I see a lost connection in this. Actually, it's the woman's left arm and hand that makes me feel as though she has given up on trying to reestablish a connection... feeling like it is just no use any longer. So, I feel the art evokes emotion and thought but not necessarily the emotion and thought that would draw me to a work of art. However, this is a beautiful rendition!
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