We hope you enjoy this video of sculptor Steve Shields work and life. He left us too young but his work remains for us to enjoy. A big "Thank You" goes to Dan Stahl, with ccprovideo.com, for creating this wonderful tribute to Steve. A book of his life and works is sale in our Gallery shop. We appreciate our patrons and donors that helped make this possible.
Jeannie creates with oils, pastels, and watercolors. She lives in Cadiz now but spent many years in California learning many artistic skills.
She offers art lessons and does commissioned artwork.
Joan began as a tole painter but once she put oil on canvas she fell in love with it. Many classes later she excels at creating still life and landscape oil paintings.
Lynn paints primarily in acrylics but also enjoys oils and pastels. She is an award winning photographer as well. Her favorite subject matter is nature, capturing images of flowers, butterflies and sunsets.
Larry retired from a career with Ducks Unlimited. He has been involved with both art publishing and sales throughout his life. He likes realism that leans toward an impressionistic style in his work. 901-481-5352
Jack is a Hopkinsville native returning, home after a 26 year career in the U.S. Navy. He enjoys working with acrylics and creating primarily abstract paintings.
Justine is a self taught artist, war veteran, crazy cat lady in training, and an avionics technician (so she can eat.) She works in watercolor, oil pastels, soft pastels, acrylics, stained glass and glass mosaics. She can be found at https://www.facebook.com/PeacockMoonStudio or via email at PeacockMoonStudio@gmail.com
Jim began wood turning about 50 years ago. He says one of the most enjoyable parts of wood turning is discovering how the wood changes if left in the log just the right amount of time before turned. He loves to see the gorgeous colors that come from the fungus working on the wood. His work can be found all over the world and for your own piece you can call him at 270.484.0571
Henrietta retired from the Christian County School system and began taking art classes from talented artist all over the south. She enjoys creating art using oil paints, watercolors, and mixed media. You can reach her at 270.886.3776 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Carolyn is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who began her painting career after 40 years in a mental health career—on the day she retired she took her first painting class. For her, art is a free expression of beauty as she sees it—bold, fresh, and sometimes daring. Contact her at email@example.com or 270.886.8703
Michala's love for creating art began as a young child, and it is a passion she will forever enjoy. A Princeton, KY native, she earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Studio Art from Centre College in 2005, and continues to learn from the many talented artists by attending workshops and painting regularly. Her primary medium is oil and she loves to paint plein aire landscapes, still life, and abstract. Her website is: www.michalapeppersmith.com 270.963.2623.
Our fiscal year is from July 1 to June 30
We offer family and individual memberships for $50 annually
We offer student memberships for $15
We offer scholarship memberships upon approval
Membership provides access to 7 to 8 free workshops each year
Exhibition and art contest opportunities are availiable
To join email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the link below
Sarah & Dan Bechwald
Terry & Nada Fuqua
Debbie & James Gray
Allyssa & Petra Kela
Dan & Henrietta Kemp
David & Jane Latham
Bob & Betty Liles
Larry & Roberta Richardson
Mike & Susan Rochelle
Teri & Dean Schultz
Jack & Lynn Shepherd
Paul & DeeAnna Sova
Mike & Nancy Stalls
David & Jeannie White
Mary K. White
In 1965, local artists formed the Hopkinsville Art Guild as a nonprofit organization designed to promote visual art and cultural growth in our community. Guild membership is open to all persons upon payment of annual dues. We also welcome Patrons as well as artists and their families.
We appreciate the help received from CARES Act Grant from Kentucky Arts Council