Mainstreet in Hopkins

Hopkins Artstreet

Artstreet logoThe City of Hopkins, in partnership with the Hopkins Business and Civic Association (HBCA) and the Friends of the Hopkins Center for the Arts, is pleased to present Hopkins Artstreet. 

Six new sculptures have been installed in downtown Hopkins for year-long display until May 2015—when Artstreet 2015 is installed.

Take the sculpture walk and vote on your favorite piece. View information on the artwork and bring the voting ballotwith you to mark your favorite sculpture.

Hopkins Artstreet is an ongoing program established in 2010 to showcase original art works in an accessible setting. A collaboration among the City of Hopkins, the Hopkins Business & Civic Association and the Friends of the Hopkins Center for the Arts, this project is part of a long-term vision for incorporating public art into Hopkins and enriching the lives of its residents and visitors.

2015 Call for Artwork

Submit work for consideration for the fifth annual Hopkins Artstreet exhibit. Selected artwork will be displayed for one year on Mainstreet, Hopkins. Deadline to apply is February 13, 2015. More information...

2014 Sculptures

Enigma High and Dry Arches Abstract Sky-Wrighting Klompenboot Look Closer

1 Enigma
Michael E. Kmiotek, Cottage Grove, WI
Steel
www.kmiotekart.com

2 High and Dry
Kyle Fokken, Minneapolis
Powder-coated and painted steel/aluminum
www.kylefokken.com

3 Arches Abstract
Michael E. Kmiotek, Cottage Grove, WI
Steel
www.kmiotekart.com

4 Sky-Wrighting
Kyle Fokken, Minneapolis
Laser cut steel, copper, concrete
www.kylefokken.com

5 Klompenboot
Kyle Fokken, Minneapolis
Cast bronze, steel, aluminum
www.kylefokken.com

6 Look Closer
Nick Legeros, Minneapolis
Bronze, glass
www.nikosculpture.com

Public Art in Hopkins

sculpture A “Shoo-Shoe Train”
Kyle Fokken, Minneapolis, MN
Painted Steel, Copper
www.kylefokken.com

Fokken of Minneapolis reveals his love of antique toys in his mixed media work, but always with an idiosyncratic and modern take—his sculptures combine nostalgia with futuristic fantasy. The sculpture in Hopkins is from a series based on sculpturelocomotive forms and also includes a wooden shoe, a reccurring image in Fokken’s work that speaks to humble origins but to the idea of a mundane object that also possesses the power to sabotage. Donated in 2011 by Hopkins Business & Civic Association and ThinkHopkins.com

B "Like A Tree, Rooted in the Earth”
Richards D. Poey, Eden Prairie, MN
Bronze
www.mnsculptors.com/richards.poey

Poey, a resident of Eden Prairie, is known for both bronze and stone sculptures. This bronze sculpture sculpturedepicts the “Tree Pose,” a balancing pose in yoga which focuses on concentration, clarity of thought, awareness and balance of mind and body. The sculpture portrays a human figure as growing upward like a tree from the planet earth, its arms like branches reaching for the sun. Donated in 2011 by Hopkins Historical Society

C "Books”
Michael F. Pilla, St. Paul, MN
Stained glass sculpture

Donated by: Hopkins Library

D "The Wellness Monument"
Thomas Calhoun, Taylor Falls, MN
Aluminum, cedar trim

Donated by: Hopkins Health & Wellness Center

Contacts

  • Director of Economic Development & Planning

    952-548-6340
  • Director of Arts Programs & Marketing

    952-979-1105

Dates/Deadlines:

  • Friday, May 9, 2014
    Delivery and installation of artwork & artists reception
  • February 2015
    Award winners announced
  • May 2015 (date TBD)
    Pick up of unsold artwork