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Edward Hopper 1942

Nighthawkes, 1942

I have always loved this painting. It portrays a group of guests sitting at a diner late at night. It is supposed to be a diner in Greenwich Village, in New York, that has since been demolished.  To me it’s a homage to Manhattan, its’ energy and climate. That’s what I really love about NY- you can find a friendly spot at all hours and some bar to sit by and waste away the time.

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Sew, Rip, Repeat... and love each moment of it! Join me as I embark on a myriad of sewing and crafting shenanigans.

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