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Reveal features the work of Hopkins Community Education adult students and instructors. Hopkins Community Education, a component of Hopkins Public Schools, strives to create meaningful opportunities for lifelong learning, connection, and engagement within our community.
Sanjukta Mitra's work mixes realism and expressionism, vividly achieved through an abundance of mixed media and oil paints. Her paintings are rich with bold strokes, high contrast color schemes, glowing vibes and illuminating paints.
James Larson passed away in 2022 after 50 years of true dedication to his craft and passion for marble and bronze sculpture. His sculptures combine classic styling with imaginative abstract forms and landscape.
In its 29th year, this highly competitive international juried exhibition showcases work by artists throughout the United States and from around the world. There is a wide range of mediums represented including acrylic, oil, and watercolor paintings, sculptures, fiber and textiles, ceramics, photographs, and more.
Erik Jon Olson's unnatural medium is quilted plastic waste, which he uses to create art aaddresing effects of consumerism, mass consumption, and unfettered capitalism. His work examines the unnatural effects of human activity on catastrophic natural events and nature as a whole.
Loretta Bebeau's abstract, conceptual artwork has evolved over 30 years. This exhibition features paintings, drawings, and collages spanning from her early work to her current practice. A recurring theme is the importance of "health" across human cultures, as well as her own personal challenge of hearing loss.
This exhibition is a retrospective of James Burpee's work from the 1960s to today. It features social commentary, allegory, and personal experience to intimate nature images of serene and lyrical places. Burpee paints with vitality, accurate observation, improvisation, luminosity, and order.