Phill Hopkins | Viewing Room

The Viewing Room showcases some of Hopkins' work, via online exhibitions, giving collectors opportunities to acquire pieces directly from the studio. High resolution PDF's are available for each exhibition (emailed via ‘We Transfer’), please request via the website 'contact' page.

Six drawings from 'Logs' a growing and ongoing series of drawings that began during lockdown in 2020. Each drawing is based on a photograph taken by Hopkins whilst walking near his Yorkshire home. They depict sawn-off limbs of trees, tree stumps and the ends of logs. Hopkins writes:
"I’ve come across many tree stumps with leaves upon them. I like to see them as a kind of altar with the offering of fallen leaves. I like the way the leaves have been accidentally placed by the wind and gravity. There is an elegance in the choreography of the placing. They are like poems of their own making. The rings of the stump act like the groves of a vinyl record and the leaves as the stylus. There is stillness and music, both at and in the same time".

The drawings are priced individually but are also available as a group of six at £995 (please enquire via the 'contact' page).

Image: Untitled (Logs) 2020