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Getting to know artist SAM HOPKINS with a ​Q & A in the lead up to his 'Selected Works' Exhibition ​ ​Q. What are your biggest influences? ​ A.One of my biggest influences has been traveling the world. I've been fortunate enough to visit 40+ countries and being able to experience the vast cultures, landscapes and people while putting myself way out of my comfort zone has benefited me immensely in my life and art practice. ​ 'Leave No Trace' 41 x 36 x 36cm steel, polyurethane clear, graphite. ​ ​ #australiangallery 

Getting to know artist SAM HOPKINS with a ​Q & A in the lead up to his ‘Selected Works’ Exhibition

​Q. What are your biggest influences?

A.One of my biggest influences has been traveling the world. I’ve been fortunate enough to visit 40+ countries and being able to experience the vast cultures, landscapes and people while putting myself way out of my comfort zone has benefited me immensely in my life and art practice.

‘Leave No Trace’ 41 x 36 x 36cm steel, polyurethane clear, graphite.

​ #australiangallery 

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“I have a folder that I fill with interesting pictures of everyday moments. In this collection I have family photos, posed shots, magazine clippings, sketches and historical documents. As I’ve returned to this file over the years, I’ve found that the images have evolved over time. Not from a physical change, but through a shift in meaning forged by my own memory and experience. ​In my new works I have altered and displaced the figures in these pictures to echo this transformation. An approach that gives rise to a dreamlike atmosphere where reality, memory and illusion collide.” – J Valenzuela Didi ​Section of J VALENZUELA DIDI'S new work 'Five Sisters of the Maritime' 152 x 91cm acrylic on canvas $ 4,950.00 part of J's solo exhibition 'The Quiet Life' ​ ​ #jvalenzueladidi  #australiangallery 

“I have a folder that I fill with interesting pictures of everyday moments. In this collection I have family photos, posed shots, magazine clippings, sketches and historical documents. As I’ve returned to this file over the years, I’ve found that the images have evolved over time. Not from a physical change, but through a shift in meaning forged by my own memory and experience.

​In my new works I have altered and displaced the figures in these pictures to echo this transformation. An approach that gives rise to a dreamlike atmosphere where reality, memory and illusion collide.” – J Valenzuela Didi

​Section of J VALENZUELA DIDI’S new work ‘Five Sisters of the Maritime’ 152 x 91cm acrylic on canvas $ 4,950.00 part of J’s solo exhibition ‘The Quiet Life’

​ #jvalenzueladidi  #australiangallery 

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