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.