Sunday, May 12, 2013
Edward Hopper Paintings (If He Had Cats)
The thing about Edward Hopper prints that inspired this cat art were the windows that so often play important symbolic roles. Deborah Julian made them the most important element, except for the cats, of course.
In his paintings, Hopper used windows to accent the isolation of people inside lonely rooms, and he also used them as symbolic portals.
For Edward Hopper, a sneaky surrealist, they marked a borderline between in subconscious and conscious worlds.
For cats, the distinction is more flexible. Inner and outer lives swim back and forth.
Edward Hopper inspired prints with Cats merges the insightful, elegant fun of cat art with the subtle surrealism of of one of America's beloved master artists.
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