Corner Restaurant

oil painting on stretched canvas
N/A
Signed on Front and Back
2013
One-of-a-kind
 x 2" d 22" h  x 42" w
82 lbs. 1 oz.
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About this artwork

Walking the wet streets of Old Town is that quiet time just before the first touch of the new day. The reflections of the few night lights own the streets. It’s the reflections that point the way; random, non- objective walking. A lot of artificial light at night is something so new to the human experience, that of all the wonders of our modern age, do we really understand it’s impact yet? The hour of random philosophy: the mind wonders as do our feet. Then the glow of the last late-night restaurant that closed only 3 hours ago. Could have gone in, but it’s either way to early…or way to late.
Artist Mitchell Freifeld

Mitchell Freifeld

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