I studied painting at the Portland School of Art in Maine and during that time, I traveled to many areas along the coast to extensively study the landscape, homes, and light which caught my eye. During one of my painting trips to Cape Cod I was floored by the shimmering light of the tall, golden grass and the intensity of blues in the Atlantic ocean. I returned to my art studio to paint this wooden clapboard house which is typical of the region. Years later, I would go on to refine my painting skills and I often refer to my early drawings and paintings from when I was a student when beginning a new piece for a show.
I chose the title based on an Edward Hopper painting of the same name which I had been studying the day I started this painting. When I give a title to a painting, especially a time, it is meant to put the collector into a specific state of mind. For Eleven AM, it is meant to encourage the viewer to wonder what exactly are the inhabitants doing right now, in that beautiful morning light, in that house?
"Eleven AM" is hand signed and numbered. It ships Priority Mail in a 5" heavy-duty tube from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Photos shown are of the actual print.
Print Size: 32" x 32" including a 2" border all around for the best framing aesthetic. You can frame it exactly as it arrives to you or choose to add a mat.
Limited edition of 80.
Printed with museum-quality archival inks on Canson 100% Cotton Photographique Fine Art Paper. The paper is velvety smooth, chosen for its ability to hold vivid, rich colors. *Framed images show the print framed with a 4" mat. It shows correct scale so you can visualize the size of the print relative to objects in the room. Please note: the print is sold unframed.