Following in the footsteps of many a great American painter before him, Trevor Young is trying to capture the essence and hidden beauty of his homeland.

Very much like Edward Hopper, Young takes the mundane and attempts to capture their beauty. Whether it is a service station late at nigh or a redundant baggage carousel. His paintings evoke an emotion that is deep within, a beauty that is hard to capture. Idealizing the modernist stamp left on every inch of America yet at the same time mourning something that has been lost.

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