Galerie d’Orsay extends our warmest congratulations to The Copley Society of Art (Co|So) and the talented artists who participated in their summer exhibition "Through Hopper's Lens!"
As America's oldest non-profit art association, The Copley Society of Art has been an esteemed pillar of the art community for over a century, nurturing creativity and supporting artists in their artistic endeavors.
The theme of their summer exhibition, inspired by the iconic American painter Edward Hopper, offered a unique opportunity for artists to reinterpret his timeless style through their own lenses. Even more exciting, Co|So invited Galerie d'Orsay Co-Director Kristine Feeks Hammond to jury the exhibition!
"Through Hopper's Lens" not only pays tribute to the legacy of Edward Hopper but also emphasizes the importance of art in enriching our lives and connecting us as a society. Kudos to Co|So and the participating artists for their outstanding artistic achievements!
The show is up through August 12 so be sure to stop by while it's still up at 158 Newbury St — and why not swing by Galerie d'Orsay while you're in the neighborhood!
You can find out more about this exhibition at the link below: