Okay, I know what you’re thinking…Isn’t it supposed to be Monday Morning Art?
Normally it is, but your PopCulteer is deep in research for a magazine article and doesn’t have time to craft one of my carefully-prepared and patented PopCult posts for today. So, since I was able to crank out a number of Monday Morning Art pieces last weekend, I decided to dip into that pile to bring you one of those instead. It was either do this, or go a day without a fresh post, and nobody wants that to happen.
This is another acrylic-on-board study for a larger canvas piece, inspired somewhat by the work of Edward Hopper. It’s untitled, and some of you may recognize the area as part of Charleston’s West Side. I used some fifteen-year-old photos for reference.
With luck, we’ll be back to what passes for normal around here tomorrow.
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