As a boy, Edward Hopper knew exactly what he wanted to be when he grew up: on the cover of his pencil box, he wrote the words EDWARD HOPPER, WOULD-BE ARTIST. He traveled to New York and to Paris to hone his craft. And even though no one wanted to buy his paintings for a long time, he never stopped believing in his dream to be an artist. He was fascinated with painting light and shadow and his works explore this challenge.
Wendell Minor the award winning author-illustrator of over sixty children’s books, two of which were New York Times best sellers. He is the current Artist Laureate of the Norman Rockwell Museum. Wendell lives with his wife and collaborator Florence, and their cat Cinder in rural Connecticut.