Mark Hopkins Limited Edition Bronze Sculpture: "Goin' Long"Item #: HOPK-25
Artist: Mark Hopkins
Title: "Goin' Long"
Image Size: 6 x 5
Edition: Limited Edition
About the Artist: Mark Hopkins is considered one of the premier sculptors in the United States today. From tabletop sculpture to monuments, his work is displayed in homes, offices, and public settings around the world.
Mark Hopkins’ work is in everyway, a reflection of its creator. It reveals Mark’s total fascination with nearly every conceivable aspect of life: from history, children, sports, music and religion to wildlife of the land, sea and air. With a style so flowing and alive it has been called “bronze in motion,” the work is as passionate and expressive as the artist himself.
For as long as he can remember, Mark has been captivated by form and design. From the time he was young boy, with the encouragement of family and teachers, he worked to develop his innate talent, and explore the various techniques and mediums of sculpture.
In addition to his skill as an artist, Mark made himself a technical expert in the art of “lost wax” bronze casting. At the Mark Hopkins Sculpture foundry, Mark monitors the casting process, insuring that the integrity of his work is maintained throughout its creation in bronze. With the help of many talented craftsmen, Mark endeavors to establish an enduring legacy of high-quality bronze sculpture.
It has taken half a lifetime for Mark to attain his preeminent status in the world of art. For many years, the necessity of providing for his large family took Mark into other, more traditional vocations. Throughout those years, though, Mark never stopped sculpting. He knew in his heart that it was the work he was born to do. From the many challenges and experiences of his life came a remarkably unique style of art.
Mark Hopkins constantly challenges himself to translate the richness of life and nobility of the human soul into enduring sculptural form. In his words, “I strive to express beyond the image, to catch spirit, to reveal deeper emotions, and to share joy.” As he continues to rise to that challenge, his work is attaining an honored place in the history of art.