Carmel resident Al Hopkins painting accepted into Hoosier Salon exhibit

One of Al Hopkins’ still life paintings. (Submitted photo)

One of Al Hopkins’ still life paintings. (Submitted photo)



Carmel resident, Al Hopkins, has had his artwork accepted into the Hoosier Salon’s 92nd Annual Exhibition. His oil painting, “Heirloom Still Life” will be on display in the exhibit, which is open to the public from now until Sept. 24 at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, 450 W. Ohio St. Indianapolis.

Hopkins is a lifelong resident of Indiana. He is a self-taught artist who is best known for his still-life painting. Hopkins work has been juried, accepted and won awards numerous times in the Hoosier Salon Annual Exhibition and Indiana Heritage Art Annual Exhibition. Hopkins works from his studio in Carmel and his paintings are held in both private and public collections.

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