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Janette Hopper

Janette K. Hopper is a retired Professor who was raised in Idaho. During college, she served two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Maria la Baja, Columbia SA and afterward was a partner on a ranch in Idaho. Since receiving her MFA from the University of Oregon, she has taught in Denmark, Germany and in the United States at Columbia Basin College WA, Central Michigan University and, as the Art Department Chair, at the University of North Carolina Pembroke. Her work has been shown and collected extensively in museums, public venues, colleges and universities and in private galleries nationally and internationally in Germany, France, The Netherlands, Canada, Bulgaria, Italy and Denmark.

As a recipient of Fulbright Scholarships from the US and Denmark, she spent a year in Denmark, where she began to have European one-person exhibits starting in Copenhagen with a prestigious grant from Danish Fulbright. Her landscape paintings and prints were included in a Fulbright juried retrospective in Washington, DC and also with New York artists in the Lincoln Center and in many other juried exhibitions internationally. She has exhibited in art centers and galleries in the United States, Germany, France, Bulgaria and Italy and, as a member of Paleur International, in Denmark.

She has works in many permanent collections including: The Gilkey Collection Portland Art Museum, Portland OR, the City of Mannheim Germany, the Museum of Humor and Satire in Gabrovo Bulgaria, Padagogische Hochschule Ludwigsburg, Ludwigsburg Germany, Gonzaga University Spokane WA, The National Park Service, Stehekin WA, many works purchased by the Washington State and Oregon State Arts Commission for permanent display in public venues, Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Los Angeles CA, Bald Head Limited, Bald Head Island NC, UNCP Livermore Library, Pembroke NC, Prints Arts Northwest, Portland OR, SGC International, University of Mississippi, Oxford MS and the Marselisborg Gymnaseum in Aarhus Denmark.
Professor Hopper has presented her work at Monash University in Prato, Tuscany Italy, at the Padagogische Hochschule Ludwigsburg, Ludwigsburg Germany, the Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington NC and The Kress Gallery and the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture, Spokane WA. She has prints juried into the International German Linoleum cut Exhibit, Linolschnitt Heute VII, Stadtische Galerie Bietigheim-Bissingen, into “Paper Politics” Traveling Exhibit, Exposition D’Art, Montreal, Canada, into the SGCInternational Traveling Exhibit and permanent collection and into the Museum of Humor and Satire in Gabrovo, Bulgaria. She produced a body of work (oils and watercolors) for the National Park Service during an Art Residency in Stehekin WA, and participated in the Montana Artist Refuge Basin MT and the No Boundaries International Art Colony in Bald Head Island NC.

Selected exhibits include: Club de la Presse and the Boulevard de Potes Bordeaux, France, Bürgerhaus Neckarstadt and Mannheim Rathaus, Mannheim, Germany, Frye Art Museum and the Nordic Heritage Museum, Seattle, WA, the Maryhill Museum of Art, Maryhill WA, North Carolina Museum of Art and the North Carolina Museum of Natural History, Raleigh, NC, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, PAN International Print Project Show, Portland OR and New Zealand, Cameron Museum of Art, the Bellamy House Museum and the Warwick Gallery at UNC-Wilmington, Wilmington NC, SGCI Traveling Show 2012-2017, Loyola University, New Orleans LA, Georgia Perimeter College, Atlanta GA and the Chapel Hill Town Hall, Chapel Hill NC.
She is a former board member and current member of Prints Arts Northwest (PAN) and member of SGCInternational and the Printmakers of North Carolina (PONC). Professor Hopper has been active in the Pacific Northwest, Michigan, Denmark, Germany and North Carolina and currently lives in Wilmington NC.

Contact Information:
530 McEachern Ct.
Wilmington, NC 28412

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Email: janettekhopper@juno.com

Website: www.janettekhopper.com

Listing Information:
Visual: Painting: Oil
Visual: Printmaking: Monoprint
Visual: Printmaking: Woodcut / Woodblock
Visual: Watercolor

Member Since: 07-06-2013

Poster for 621N4TH Show, April 2013 All about Me, Pride - 24 X 19 inches - Hand pulled Linocut Glimpse of Fall - 12 X 24 inches - Oil Glimpse of Winter- 12 X 24 inches - Oil Glimpse through the Mist- 12 X 24 inches - Oil Green with Envy - 24 X 19 inches - Hand pulled Linocut Hiding Egret - 12 X 24 inches - Oil Red Hot Lust - 24 X 19 inches - Hand pulled Linocut

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