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Christine Hopkins SGFA

Painter / Printmaker

62 SAOS Open Studios 2019 Visit a painter/printmaker at work in her studio. Inspired by the built environment, mixed media paintings incorporating collage and texture to illustrate the graphic qualities of the world around us. Originals, prints, greetings cards.

Demonstrations, commissions, artwork for sale, greetings cards

Parking

Visitors welcome by appointment

The Skylight Studio

55 Wray Park Road

Reigate

Surrey

RH2 0EQ

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  • Christine Hopkins, Street Scene with Scaffolding
  • Christine Hopkins, Dales Cottages
  • Christine Hopkins, Violet Curtains
  • Christine Hopkins, Limehouse Green
  • Christine Hopkins, Night Light 1

Events

Christine Hopkins's work can be seen at:

SGFA Centenary Exhibition - RBSA Birmingham

Royal Birmingham Society of Artists RBSA Gallery

4 Brook Street St Paul’s Birmingham B3 1SA

Wednesday 3rd Apr - Saturday 18th May

10.30am - 5pm

The Society of Graphic Fine Art: Celebrating its Centenary Year and concentrating on drawing skills, this exhibition displays a wide spectrum of work and celebrates each artist’s individuality and freedom of expression.
The SGFA was founded in 1919 and promotes fine drawing skills in both traditional and contemporary media.

SGFA @ Bishop's Palace, Wells

The Bishop's Palace

Wells Somerset BA5 2PD

Monday 20th May - Sunday 30th Jun

10am - 6pm

Members of the Society of Graphic Fine Art exhibiting in the historic surroundings of the Bishop's Palace in Wells

SGFA Centenary Exhibition - Bankside

Bankside Gallery

Thames Riverside 48 Hopton Street London SE1 9JH

Monday 3rd Jun - Sunday 16th Jun

11am to 6pm

Celebrating its Centenary Year and concentrating on drawing skills, this touring exhibition displays a wide spectrum of work and celebrates each artist’s individuality and freedom of expression.
The SGFA was founded in 1919 and promotes fine drawing skills in both traditional and contemporary media.