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Sam Hopkins
'2030' - Metal tree sculpture | Public Sculptures by Sam Hopkins
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'2030' - Metal tree sculpture - Public Sculptures

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"A sight that will soon be all too familiar: a looming skeleton of this once great life giver, now destroyed by the lives it had given. By 2030, the threat of climate change to ecosystems and the bioclimatic limit of trees will be irreversible."

As exhibited at Sculpture By The Sea Bondi 2019 & Cottesloe 2020 where it was the winning work for the WA Sculptor Scholarship Cott 2020 won by Sam Hopkins. 2030 is now in a Private Collection.

Dimensions: 350cm L x 420cm W x 610cm H
Aluminium
2019

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Sam Hopkins
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Wescover creator since 2020
"Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away"

Hopkins is a young emerging West-Australian artist with a background in landscaping/design, construction and woodworking. Finding inspiration from human behavior, nature, World travel and experimenting with materials & tools in new ways, Hopkins takes commonplace materials and teases out shapes and narratives, peeling back layers to reveal hidden meanings and perspectives. Hopkins has exhibited in major exhibitions around Australia including Sculpture By The Sea 2019 & 2020 and is represented in private and public collections in Perth and Victoria