“From the Depths” by Carolyn Hopkins
in the Art Trailer Gallery
October 13 through December 13, 2020
A new art exhibit in a vintage travel trailer turned permanent art gallery, at The Sou’wester Lodge.
This solo exhibition by Carolyn Hopkins showcases works made from the viewpoint of the end in order to re-examine our current political and ecological landscapes, as well as the rise of solastalgia. This work acts as an outpost from the present, positioning themselves from viewpoints of our possible futures, and endings.
cement cast of whale vertebrae, hand built clay chain, plaster, paint
Carolyn Hopkins graduated with an MFA in Sculpture from the Cranbrook Academy of Art and a BFA in Interdisciplinary Arts from the Kansas City Art Institute. Her work questions the traditional cultural roles of the feminine and masculine as well as the tamed and untamed and creates outposts from which to re-examine a recognizable terrain. Carolyn has collaborated with Mark Dion and Spurse, and has been an Artist in Residence at the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC, the Vermont Studio Center, Caldera, Brush Creek, Mildred’s Lane, and Leland Ironworks. Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Carolyn lives and works in Lyle, Washington on her 20 acre ranch and studio.
OPEN: Fri/Sat/Sun 9am-9pm (and by request: visit the lodge front desk and we’ll open the gallery for you)*
The Art Trailer Gallery is free and open to the public.
*Due to Covid-19 a face covering is required while inside the gallery. The gallery is open to one person, couple or family at a time and allowing for 6′ distance at all times.
This trailer is a 1960’s Aloha made in Aloha, Oregon. It was rescued from a neglected RV park in the northern part of the Long Beach Peninsula. Now repaired and transformed into an art space, this art gallery is part of our Artist Residency Program and our non-profit organization, Sou’wester Arts.
The Sou’wester Lodge, 3728 J Place, Seaview, WA 98644
360-642-2542 9am-9pm, www.souwesterlodge.com, firstname.lastname@example.org