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The Hopkins Gallery

The Hopkins Gallery

The Hopkins Gallery was created in 2007. However, prior history is appropriate to get to that time.

After having completed art school in Boston years before with an interest in illustration, Pat moved to the Cape and began watercolor painting in 1990. She studied with Christie Velesig for eight years. Christie invited Pat to join a group of well-known women artists,”21 in Truro” and Pat felt lucky to be a part of the original group. She painted with them from 1999 to 2001. Pat has shown with numerous galleries, been in four national shows, and given three one-woman shows in The Old Selectman’s Building from 2003 to 2007.

It was in 2007 that Pat joined The Galleries at 820 Main Street, Harwichport, making a little cottage into The Hopkins Gallery. It was charming, and she was there for eight years. In 2015 she moved to 2624 Main Street in South Chatham. It is an historical building, which was originally a barn, and where apples were sold. Pat shared the building with a well-known framer, Larry Biron of Cove Gallery. Larry has moved on and the gallery has become hers.

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