Art of the Day: "Hat Yai Nighthawks, 2017" by Kenson Low

by Kenson Low

“On a recent trip to Malaysia, I travelled with family to Thailand for a couple of days, staying in the city of Hat Yai, near the border. While out walking that first evening I came across this Thai restaurant which immediately reminded me of Edward Hopper's 'Nighthawks' painting. I returned later that night with my camera, took several reference shots, and on return to England, got to work on my own version of that painting, producing 'Hat Yai Nighthawks'.”


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