shadowsElizabeth Hopkins discovered photography during a road trip across the Midwest shortly after graduating from Skidmore College in 2015. She studied digital photography under Joseph Podlesnik in Arizona in 2018.

In her work, Hopkins explores geometric relations and abstract forms within primarily urban environments. Hopkins is drawn to liminal moments in human-made landscapes that evoke melancholy or unease. She seeks out the tension between things that are revealed and things left obscured. For Hopkins, observing her everyday surroundings is a meditative process.

Hopkins exhibits in art galleries throughout New England. Archival-quality prints are available for sale. If you are interested in making a purchase or would like to start a conversation, please fill out the form on the Contact page.