Small Matters of Great Importance: Edward Hopper House, NY To Show “Absolutes”

My Work To Be At Edward Hopper House, NY

by Daric Gill

Edward Hopper: Nighthawks Oil on canvas 1942
Edward Hopper: Nighthawks
Oil on canvas

I am honored to announce that a few Absolute paintings will grace the walls of birthplace and childhood home of famous 20th century painter, Edward Hopper. Now a non-profit art center and museum, the Edward Hopper House holds exhibits and informative courses for the public. The main gallery will house this year’s annual Small Matters of Great Importance exhibit, in which will be the location of 3 of my Absolute pieces. Small Matters of Great Importance is an annual juried exhibition of small works of no more than 12″ x 12″ inches. Read on for more information.

(Above: “Absolutes” to be featured at the museum)

It’s a wonderful feeling to know my work will exist in the home of such a giant in the art world.  This is not the first time my work has been on display where a famous artist has lived, but I can tell you that I’m still extremely delighted by this opportunity. There’s real history on the walls, in the floorboards, and in the air. For an artist (at least for me) showing my work at such a place has figurative roots and I’m flattered to share this historical space. If you live in or will be visiting New York during October – January, please stop by the Edward Hopper House. The location is less than an hour from NYC and the house sits right next to the Hudson River.

Small Matters of Great Importance 2014

Edward Hopper House Art Center

82 N. Broadway, Nyack, NY 10960 — Map It

Gallery Hours: Wednesday-Sunday, 12-5 PM or by appointment


Important Dates:

Artists’ Reception: October 25, 2014 (2-4 pm)

Exhibition Dates: Saturday, Oct. 25 – Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015

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