WOAH! Walk of Art Hopkins

Walk of Art Hopkins (WOAH!) highlights art in Hopkins. Local galleries are open on select nights to view and buy art, meet artists, socialize and learn about visual arts opportunities in Hopkins.  Watch our website for future dates! 

You are welcome to visit the locations listed below to enjoy local artist work anytime during their normal business hours.


Schedule of Events:

As you are planning your evening, please note the times that each location will be open. For your convenience, maps will be available at each of the locations on March 25.

See details and map below or print WOAH! Brochure

Cream & Amber  

1605 Mainstreet

Jean Haefele, Member Artist Spotlight

acrylic & collage works

Two quotes seem to fit my approach to art: the first by Picasso, “Every child is an artist.  The problem is to remain an artist after he grows up.” and the second, by Marc Chagall, “I work in whatever medium likes me at the moment”.  I need variety and continually experiment with new materials and techniques.  Rules are seldom followed.  Much of my work portrays a visual story and incorporates an expressive, playful perspective.  Imagination, curiosity and observation are my “sandwiched” go-to for ideas.  Recent work, whether collage, mixed media or straight painting in watercolor or acrylic, emphasizes color, texture and composition…sometimes abstract, other times loosely representational.  I want the viewer (as well as myself) to have fun.  There’s always meaning in what I do, but my work doesn’t ask to be analyzed too deeply.  Please, step in, take a look, and enjoy! 

The Gallery at Zeller Studio 

1421 Mainstreet

Birds of a Feather: work by Patty Carmody Smith, Steve Hemingway, James Turner

ceramics & watercolor paintings

Zeller Studio is a regular aviary of art with its 'Birds of a Feather' Exhibition. Stop by and see the colorful work of Jim Turner, marvel at the captivating mixed media sculptures of Patty Carmody Smith and get fired up by what Steve Hemingway can do with clay.

more info on this exhibtition can be found on the Zeller Studio site here: https://www.zellerstudio.com/gallery-events

Munkabeans Cafe & Coffeehouse 

1206 Mainstreet

Stop by for a snack or beverage and enjoy the paintings of artist Molly Corrick, the photographs of William Drew, and mixed media of Abstract Expressionist, Ember Murray.

Olio CoWorking: 

915 Mainstreet

Rae Van Wyhe, Member Artist Spotlight

paintings in acrylic & oil

Artist Statement 

I paint the flow of movement and light across surfaces.  I am most attracted to the complex patterns and colors found in nature.  Often a small fragment of the larger landscape becomes my subject; leaves, coral, a fallen tree. 

For me, it’s all about the paint – the process – focusing on color and shapes.  I love to paint complicated subjects and to work out the complex of colors in order to create a unique image.   I have a quote taped to my easel by Pierre Bonnard    “The object is not to paint life.   The object is to make painting come alive.”   That’s the challenge. 

For me painting is a journey of discovery, challenge and renewal. It’s a process of continual learning.   My work is done in oil, acrylic and pastel. 

Trained as an anthropologist and cartographer, my professional career focused on tourism marketing.  After years of taking art classes, observing other artists and painting in my spare time, in 2006 I retired to paint. 

Blank Canvas Student artworks will also be on display. 

Olio CoWorking exhibitions are a collaboration between Hopkins Center for the Arts and Blank Canvas. Blank Canvas students aid in the exhibition installation as part of an internship program. 

Hopkins Activity Center  

33 14th Avenue North

Jeanne Kenton, Member Artist Spotlight

paintings & drawings

My journeys to learn, create, and ultimately teach painting started as far back as I can remember with my desire to create pictures.  As my love for painting developed, I took classes from a variety of teachers, went to classes, seminars, conventions and visited art galleries and museums.  My preferred medium always comes back to oil painting.  Combined with my love for animals and nature the subjects are endless. 

I now add Still Life and Portraiture to my list of favorite subjects and painting en plein air, in the great outdoors, has enhanced my love of nature.  As you can tell I am hard pressed to have a favorite subject, but the styles I enjoy the most are classical oil painting, and impressionism.

I am currently teaching oil painting secrets and techniques at HCA to adults and continue to get excited and thrilled watching their paintings develop.

Hopkins Center for the Arts 

1111 Mainstreet

Cash bar and light refreshments.

Spring Members' Juried Exhibition 2022

Redepenning Gallery

Annual spring show of work by Friends of the Hopkins Center for the Arts Member Artists. The art on display is the result of a juried competition. A pre-recorded Award presentation will be viewable from 6 – 8 PM in the JayCees Studio.

Linocut block printing and pottery demonstrations by Hopkins Community Education instructors in the Art Classroom, room 203, of the Center.

Music by guitarist and composer, Julian Manzara

The exhibition is on view March 25 - May 7, 2022

ANYTIME: ArtStreet

Yepez install 5

Your walk of Art Hopkins wouldn’t be complete without strolling by the many outdoor sculptures, free to enjoy 24/7. Artists selected for ArtStreet are on display for one year, while the city’s permanent collection is part of our landscape. Information at Hopkins ArtStreet.  

WOAH Map 3.2022