Hopkins created a series of 32 sculptures for Charleston Supported Art. Each work reference form, craftsmanship and of course, color. The artist enjoys creating art for all- art that is abstract in design, but not so abstract in thought. Hopkins is emotionally moved by her interior surroundings. Thus, for this specific series, she took to sculpt and paint something that would ignite a very positive visual stimulation for its coexisting viewers.

Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Anna Hopkins is a recent graduate of the College of Charleston. She studied drawing, painting, and photography, but has landed on sculpture as her true outlet. Hopkins is exhilarated by the process of bringing an idea from her mind into the third dimension. Her work explores the visual stimulation that results from various color combinations when applied to geometric shapes. Hopkins is inspired by her daily surroundings, street art, patterns, architecture, design, and the natural world. Her work has been featured in the 2012 and 2013 Young Contemporaries exhibitions at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.


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