Janette K. Hopper received her MFA from the University of Oregon and has taught in Denmark, Germany and the United States. She has the honor of receiving prestigious Fulbright grants from both the United States and Denmark to continue her work abroad with numerous solo shows in both Europe and the US. Her works are owned by the National Park Service, several State Collections, Public & Private Museums and Municipal & Private collections in both Europe and the US. Some noted national shows include a Fulbright retrospective in Washington, DC, Frye Art Museum, Seattle WA and with New York artists in the Lincoln Center, NYC. Locally she has shown at the Cameron Art Museum, Bellamy Mansion, UNCW and the Wilma Daniels Gallery at CFCC. Currently her art can be found at EXPO216, the ILM Gallery and the Art in Bloom Gallery in Wilmington, All About Art on Bald Head Island, City Art Gallery in Greenville NC, Print Arts Northwest in Portland OR and in the Art@Work Gallery, Spokane. In 2017 she was named a “Woman to Watch” in the arts by WILMA Magazine and is the 2018 Azalea Festival Art Show Juror and Judge.
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