An exhibition to celebrate the life and work of Clyde Hopkins has just gone on show at a Linden Hall Studio, a contemporary art gallery, in Deal Kent.
The exhibition includes the work of his many friends and fellow artists, however for this blog post, I am concentrating on his work alone, as it is so much bolder than the work shown along side of it.
I am not going to write many words here, as the work speak for itself. So look at the images and enjoy.
This is a free exhibition and well worth a visit. His work was shown in various galleries around the UK, as well as in the US and Europe.
He was also a visiting artist in many art schools during the 1970s until becoming head of painting, then of fine art, at Winchester School of Art in 1982.
From 1990 to 2006 he was head of painting at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, and he retired as emeritus professor at the University of the Arts London. He died aged 71, in 2018.
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