Juliana Roth is an artist currently based in the Hudson Valley, where she serves as chief storyteller for the Edward Hopper House Museum & Study Center and works on a variety of productions for Notch Theatre Company, Rivertown Film Society, and Leftfield Productions. You can read more of her writing in Reckoning, Irish Pages, Yemassee, and Breakwater Review. Her essays on the domestic life of Edward Hopper are supported by Nyack News & Views. To learn more or to study together, see her website at http://www.julianaroth.com.
Sidelights: Searching for the Young Edward Hopper
Dispatches from the childhood archive of one of America’s most iconic painters....