Monday, May 4, 2015

"In a career of sixty years, marked by unwavering integrity and steady growth, Edward Hopper created a series of unforgettable images of modern America. His art was based on the ordinary aspects of the contemporary United States, in city, town, and country, seen with uncompromising truthfulness. No artist has painted a more revealing portrait of twentieth century America. But he was not merely an objective realist. His art was charged with strong personal emotion, with a deep attachment to our familiar everyday world, in all its ugliness, banality, and beauty." - Lloyd Goodrich

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

More Excellent news! The Boston Metro also wrote an article about the Regulars of Dunkin Donuts, Here is the Link: Metro Article

I am so incredibly floored by all of these events and the amount of people who have responded to the paintings, it is really amazing.

Salem News has also contacted me about writing an article, I have yet to respond but I will update soon!

I am currently working on two more paintings and my show is in less than a week. I don't believe that I will be able to finish them all for the big finale but I will continue to update the progress on here.

Final Painting #1 of "Tom's" diptych 

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Very Exciting news! An article about the Regulars of Dunkin Donuts was recently published on BDC. I am so incredibly excited and grateful for this amazing opportunity to have the work seen and for the amount of people who have been able to relate. I would like to thank anyone who has shared the story, it's been a long road already but this is only the beginning.

I am currently working on two more paintings (the revised versions of Tom's sketches) and they should be done and posted by the end of the week. The show is approaching fast and there is still lots to do!

Also! If you would like to see more of my work here is a link to my personal website: Please feel free to message me about any curiosities or questions in general!

-Amberlynn Narvie

Thursday, March 26, 2015


I can't remember a time when Linda and I had a conversation where she didn't cry. Not necessarily sad tears, but tears of all kinds. You could say that she is emotional or you could say that she just has a deeper connection or understanding of things than most. Her ears are always open and her heart is forever embracing. She is one of the most empathetic and open people that I have yet to meet. 

Monday, March 2, 2015

Joanne was once Dotty's right hand man, destined to be partners in crime for all of eternity. Joanne kept Dotty's explosive moods in check by balancing them out with her own soothing personality. Eventually Dotty was banned from Dunkin for slapping a girl. Joanne is now the mediator, or "Jesus," of Dunkin Donuts. She brings everyone together for better and for worse.

Ted "study" revised

"Ted, Finish"