WOAH! Walk of Art Hopkins

Thursday, October 28 from 5 PM - 8 PM


Walk of Art Hopkins (WOAH!) highlights art in Hopkins. Local galleries are open to view and buy art, meet artists, socialize and learn about visual arts opportunities in Hopkins.  

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 October 28.

Cream & Amber  5 - 7 PM

1605 Mainstreet

John Caron, Member Artist Spotlight


John Caron lives and works in Hopkins, MN.  He has been a member of Hopkins Center for the Arts since its inception and has served on its Visual Arts Advisory Committee.

John received a Fine Arts degree in painting from Indiana University, and also studied at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design and the University of Minnesota Split Rock Arts Program. He has painted in England, Scotland, Mexico and Canada as well as the United States, with many trips to the North Shore of Lake Superior.

Represented by Frameworks Gallery in St. Paul, John has also created cover art for two books by a local author.

Zeller Studio 5 - 8 PM

1421 Mainstreet

Gallery Artist: Lake Minnetonka Studio Tour Artists

On view, Friday, October 1 - Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Lake Minnetonka Studio Tour Artists are a group of artists with working art studios in Deephaven / Excelsior / Minnetonka area. Our Artists work in various mediums, creating interesting, quality art — For your home, for your garden, for your life, for your enjoyment. Do stop by — Meet our Artists! Artists work on view:

  • Ceramics: Steve Hemingway, Donna Winberg, Pratibha Gupta, Marcia Paul
  • Fiber/Basketry: Lisa Galbraith Heyl
  • Glass: Trish Gardiner
  • Mixed Media: Patty Carmody Smith
  • Pastel: Karen Stombaugh
  • Painting: Pratibha Gupta, May Anne O’Malley

Munkabeans Cafe & Coffeehouse 5 - 7 PM

1206 Mainstreet

Max Mars Photography: “In My Downtown Hopkins studio I bring out a side of people that is rarely seen. There is an honesty to these portraits yet so much time has gone into the fabrication of that honesty.” Max will be at Munkabeans for WOAH!

Kelli Hanson: “Minnesota Watercolor Artist, inspired by my day to day and travel”

Sandi Lien: “Abstract Landscape Artist"

Hopkins Center for the Arts 5 - 8 PM

1111 Mainstreet

Cash bar and light refreshments. Live music by Kelly Blau

Fall Members' Juried Exhibition 2021

Redepenning Gallery

Annual fall 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 5 – 8 PM in the JayCees Studio.

Andrea Canter & Cindy Fuerstenberg, 'Naturally Unexpected'

Lobby Gallery, both floors

This exhibit brings together two spirited mid-career artists who excel at working in textural layers. In work inspired by nature, Andrea Canter and Cindy Fuerstenberg each bring a fresh freedom from representation while maintaining the context of nature’s reality through their use of natural and upcycled materials. In this exhibit, the artists invite our community to examine and reflect on their own unique relationships with nature.

Cindy Fuerstenberg is a fiber and mixed media artist who finds inspiration in the heartbeat of the land and the inhabitants who came before and live to teach us. She uses organic processes to alter textiles and fibers to achieve her subject matter. Her goal is to share history, science, and endangered species concerns through her work.

Andrea Canter is a photographer and mixed media artist who finds inspiration in the interaction of surfaces and textures found in nature and seeks to reinterpret or reinvent reality. She uses photographic composites and an array of materials on canvas and wood panels to attain her personal, multi-layered compositions. 

The exhibits are on view October 28 - November 27, 2021

Gayle Novick, Member Spotlight

digital and mixed media prints

 I enjoyed drawing as far back as I can remember.  My fourth-grade teacher was an artist who in the afternoons would have us draw birds and flowers from the Golden nature guides.  I also loved horses and drew them.  I took studio art and art history classes in college, continuing to draw and paint during the many years I worked in medical technology.  I also worked for a few years in the graphics department of a corporation.  I worked with fine point technical pens and began doing delicate cross hatch drawings.  I also began painting with watercolor, figures and landscape, then into my particular style.  I have recently expanded my painting techniques using acrylic, mixed media, and collage.  I work in a process driven manner, starting with no predetermined subject, letting initial marks hopefully develop into a successful image.



915 Mainstreet

Tom Freund, Member Artist Spotlight

digital drawings, watercolors, photographs

Artist Statement 

Creating art is, for me, a spiritual experience, a reflection of my vision of the spirit and mystical energy of my subjects. When I work on my images, I feel the love and creative energy of my father, Lee Freund, who, after working 25 years as a commercial artist, retired at age 65 and continued to draw and paint until his death 31 years later. Although my dad was an artist in more traditional media, I like to think that he would have enjoyed trying some of the technology I utilize for my artwork. Using a WACOM Intuous graphic tablet and Corel Painter software, I am able to replicate a wide range of media (watercolor, oil, acrylic, pastel charcoal, pen pencil, etc.). For photography, my tools include Canon EOS 5D Mark IV and 7D DSLR cameras and, of course, Adobe Photoshop software. Digital artwork and photographic images are printed on canvas or acid-free fine art paper using archival pigmented inks. 

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. 

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.