Alumna’s Sculpture Selected for Tennessee Exhibition

Martha M. Hopkins, “WAVE,” selected for the Johnson City, Tenn., Founders Park Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition in 2021.

BFA alumna Martha Hopkins’ sculpture, Wave, has been selected for exhibition from June 2021 through May 2023 as part of the Johnson City Tennessee Founders Park Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition. The sculpture made from three-inch aluminum tubing has a powder coat paint finish and a cast iron base.

Hopkins, who received her BFA in sculpture from UA in 2004, is a sculptor and painter based in Fairhope, Alabama. Her works are in the collections of the City of Fairhope; Eastern Shore Art Center, Fairhope; University of Alabama at Birmingham; Hardin Center for Cultural Arts, Gadsden; the Meridian (Miss.) Regional Airport and others. After studying languages in college, she taught high school English, Spanish and French, and began her art career at age 40. Hopkins also holds a BA in art from the University of Montevallo and a BA in Spanish and business from the University of Southern Mississippi.

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