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Current Exhibition


Hopkinton Center for the Arts Galleries
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About What's Going On 

July 22 - August 31, 2020

The artworks and writings of artists from all over the US have been selected for this powerful show. About What's Going On is a virtual exhibit that speaks to both the lived and felt experience of the pandemic, the upsurge of consciousness of racism, our conflicted politics, both our private and public lives and yes, the signs of hope.

Congratulations to these artists whose work is in the show:

Sarah Alexander, Where am I going? Where am I going? I Don't Quite Know, steel sculpture 

Susannah Anderson, May 28, 2020, the reporter remarked what a nice evening it was, acrylic and shellac on plywood 

Fern Apfel, Tracking the Days, acrylic & pen on wood panel 

Lissa Banks, Self-Portrait: Distancing, acrylic 

Chuck Beisch, #Covid, writing 

Paul Bibbo, re-imagining nature, from the outside in, photography

Aaron Borkowski, Science, writing and Trouble Sleeping Last Night, digital metal print 

chelsea bradway, Rise, photograph 

Anita Helen Cohen, Sheltering in Place lV, watercolor on Yupo 

Kristin Conant, Black Lives Matter, oil painting 

Jean Cummiskey, Divided States of Insanity, mixed media mosaic, and 

MAGA Tsunami, mixed media mosaic 

Vanessa Davenport, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, collage, acrylic, oil and spray paint on canvas 

Paul Essenfeld, The New World Order, B&W photography

BJ Feeney, My Hawk, Writing 

Jonah Feintuck, Untitled, Writing 

Richard Germaine, Promise of a better life, oil 

Marsha Gleason, What to Wear (Self Portrait 2020), and Zoom School- Grade 3, oil on paper on panel 

Catherine Gruetzke-Blais, Vulnerable, acrylic on canvas 

Emily Hayman, Empty, photography 

Valerie Hird, BOXED IN, Wood, electronic lighting, rag mat board, foamcore, arches paper, watercolor, giclee printing on rice paper, ink, archival glue, magnets, museum plexi glass, and The Elder Gods Weren't Male, installation, 10 sheets each 40” (H) x 30” (W) inch, installation, oil, gesso on Arches paper 

John Judge, Reach, acrylic on wood panel 

Karen Laude, Emergence, paper, paint, bone beads, & fabric 

Maria Celeste Linardi, Breathing, acrylic on canvas (triptych - 66" x 28") 

Madeleine Lord, Portal, welded found steel 

Leanne Luetkemeyer, Covid Mom, and We Are All Pandemic Warriors, Watercolors 

Virginia Mallon, Summer of the Pandemic, oil on canvas 

Pat Mattina, Caravan of Light Oil, 23K gold leaf on canvas, and Against All Odds No. 3, oil, carpet tacks, 23K gold leaf on board

Maundy Mitchell, Protest Portrait #1 - Trysten, and Protest Portrait #3 - Francois, photographs

Janet Montecalvo, Wear a Mask, oil on canvas mounted on wood panel, and Help Wanted, oil on wood panel

Mary Ellen Morano, Masks Required, mixed media

Ann Newberry, Head to where your socks live, writing and photography

Naomi Nieser-Allen, Breathe, traditional rug hooking with wool

Linda Norman-Lyman, He Cried For His Mother, digital art print

Javed Rezayee, The Falling Cat, oil on canvas

Mary Shiff, Hard Rain's Fallin’, oil 

Cynthia Shorris, All Dressed Up, watercolor, and Covid-19, Poetry 

Prisha Shrivastava, The fight to fix our country, sketching and colored pencils 

christine soeltz, What Informs Decision?, oil paint 

Whitney Stanley, Untitled/BTLM Curbside, 35mm on Canon A-1 

Patrick Steele, I'm OK Today, acrylic 

Ann Tracy, Covid Wheel, digital mixed media 

Felicia Tuttle, Pandemic 2020, acrylic 

Cathy Weaver Taylor, Stay at Home- Quarantine, and Conversation, photography 

Rochelle Zohn, Build Back Better, installation, newspaper and rubber bands

> View the show and vote for your favorites here.


Coming to the Lotvin Family Gallery in September:

Marathon Quilters 2020

September 1 - October 25, 2020 

The Marathon Quilters Guild is back! The Lotvin Family Gallery will be filled with gorgeously-sewn, inspired creations by eight members of the Guild. You can find out more about the Guild on their website.


HopArt 2020 (Online here)

Check out highlights from Hopkinton High School’s annual end-of-year student art show here! Chosen from over 200 paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, ceramics, collages, digital artworks, fashion, and graphic designs, this booklet showcases 55 artworks. HCA Director Kris Waldman selected the images for the catalog, struck by their honesty, clarity, and execution. This body of student work is remarkable for its reflections on self, society and politics, and the ineffable beauty in our world. Congratulations to the students and teachers at HHS!


HHS Honors Show (Online here)

"The Space is The Place" by Linnea Pappas Byers

We are disappointed that we can not host the HHS Honors Exhibit in our gallery this year, but are pleased to share work created by nine of the school's most dedicated student artists HERE! 


Arts in Bloom 2019 Retrospective (Online here)

Detail of Kristina Occhino's "Blushing Hibiscus"

We had to forgo the Arts in Bloom show this Spring, but you can view highlights from last year's show here!

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