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Bill Hoppe's Retrospective is Fantastic

The COCC professor is one of Bend's most influential artists. See his show.

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Bill Hoppe's retrospective, "Painting and Paper Projects, 1970 to 2017" opened at the At Liberty gallery in downtown Bend yesterday.

Jamaica Sweet, Ryan Martin, Andrew Leung and Clark Miyamoto observing Bill Hoppe's art from the 1970s. - DANIELLE MEYERS
  • Danielle Meyers
  • Jamaica Sweet, Ryan Martin, Andrew Leung and Clark Miyamoto observing Bill Hoppe's art from the 1970s.
We chatted with Hoppe Thursday at the opening of the show:

Source Weekly: How's it going?

Bill Hoppe: "I am just getting back from two weeks traveling in Europe. I'm sick, tired and I have never been better."

SW: Where do you get your inspiration?
BH: "I let the work find itself... You can't possibly know the result until you act it through."

Bill Hoppe and Sandy Anderson standing in front of "West Went," created by Hoppe in 2015. - DANIELLE MEYERS
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  • Bill Hoppe and Sandy Anderson standing in front of "West Went," created by Hoppe in 2015.
The show runs through July 28.

Get down and see the show, peeps, part of tonight's First Friday loop.

And check Teafly's writeup about the Hoppe show, published in the Source last week.

At Liberty Arts
849 NW Wall St., Bend
atlibertyarts.com

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