Toni Hopper Art Collections
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Artwork by Toni Hopper
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Gunslinger III Doc Holliday in fine attire by Toni Hopper
Soda of choice by Toni Hopper
Soul Mates by Toni Hopper
Together by Toni Hopper
Chihuly Persian Ceiling Oklahoma City Museum of Art by Toni Hopper
Ranch Style Beans by Toni Hopper
Painterly Sky over Oklahoma by Toni Hopper
Purple Thistle by Toni Hopper
Mo-Pac Caboose by Toni Hopper
Oklahoma by Toni Hopper
Gunslinger II Doc Holliday by Toni Hopper
Big Red by Toni Hopper
As Long as the Waters Flow sculpture by Toni Hopper
Drink Community Coffee by Toni Hopper
Where Sky meets Land by Toni Hopper
Red Barn Red Truck by Toni Hopper
Good For Life by Toni Hopper
Wagon Lantern by Toni Hopper
Waurika old buildings by Toni Hopper
Sitting at the Texaco by Toni Hopper
Firefighter Pup by Toni Hopper
Oklahoma City Capitol in the spring by Toni Hopper
Friendly Face by Toni Hopper
Gentle Movement by Toni Hopper
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About Toni Hopper
Everyone needs a once in a lifetime experience. You know the kind. One that leaves a lasting impression and even changes how you look at life, how you look at your surroundings.
I wrote that in a book I published in 2009, "Riding the Chisholm Trail: Once in a Lifetime" after I had that experience that changed the way I looked at the world around me. Now 11 years later, that single day and the two years it took me to edit the images and write the stories in that book, I still feel a great sense of accomplishment. Taking on a personal project is always a task and can be quite fulfilling once finished. The time spent in that effort gave me a new appreciation of our country's history and what it took for our pioneers, my ancestors, to forge what we now enjoy and many times undervalue.
While it took me most of my life to appreciate these things, reflection reveals I've always had an interest in the founding of our country. My parents were older, already in their 50s when I came along, so I grew up hearing stories of the Depression, of how hard life was but if you worked hard, you could achieve your dreams.
One of my favorite stories was of them packing mules into the Grand Canyon. Only in recent years have I discovered that my father actually owned and operated a mule packing company in California and that he was considered one of the great cinematographers of his day in the 1930s-mid 1940s.
I hope as you browse my images you see a bit of that wonderful western legacy. You'll also see my eclectic and creative side. Enjoy and thank you for taking just a few minutes to look.
My travels began at birth in San Francisco, CA; and over the years, stops in Colorado, Oklahoma, Oregon and a few other places.
*My addiction for storm chasing with a camera can be blamed on my news career and living in Oklahoma!
My careers included nearly a lifetime of news, as a reporter/photojournalist and editor; to delving into working in the tourism industry at one of the nation's top western museums as communications, public relations and social media marketing. A bonus of that job included researching artists and art, seeking out regional artists, and curating/staging exhibits.
Served as judge for the Stephens County Free Fair open class adult photography contest on and off over the last decade.
2011: Chisholm Trail Arts Council-Fine Arts Gallery January artist's reception, non-award show: featured images included Coca-Cola & Stiletto Heels and Dream photo collage (not yet on FAA).
2010: Solo exhibit at Chisholm Trail Heritage Center, a top 10 western museum. Show featured images from the Oklahoma Centennial Cattle Drive 2007, Chisholm Trail.
2009 Cowboys & Indians Photographing the West, Honorable Mention 'Cowboy Silhouette'
2009: Waurika Juried Arts Show: Professional division, 3rd place for 'Weathered Barn'; judged by Danny Bills, curator for Wichita Falls Museum of Art
2008 Waurika Juried Arts Show: Professional Photography division, 'Purple Beauty'; judged by Dr. Andrew Phelan (OU)
2008 Stephens County Fair: Photography, 1st Place, Adult, Portrait, 'Mya'; 3rd Place, Plant life, 'Botanical Study in Black and White'; 3rd place in Oklahoma Photography B/W: 'Cowboy's Pledge'
The first shows I entered (1995) Crowley County Days (county fair) and Arkansas Valley Fair, both in Colorado. Blue ribbons, Best of Show and People's Choice awards.
Riding The Chisholm Trail: 'Once in a lifetime' - the stories and images of the cowboys of the Oklahoma Centennial Chisholm Trail Cattle Drive in 2007; (2009 http://www.blurb.com/books/752862-riding-the-chisholm-trail-once-in-a-lifetime)
Kachinas: Carved by Mike Aguirre - featuring the artist and his collection of Kachinas. This was the first exhibit I curated and designed at the museum. I created the book as a gift to Mr. Aguirre. (2015)
Honoring a Legend: Clark McEntire, World Champion Steer Roper (2014) - I had the pleasure of an exclusive interview with Mr. and Mrs. McEntire, as he was the first recipient of the Living Legend Award, on behalf of the Prairie Circuit Finals Rodeo - Duncan committee.
Duncan .. the magazine; editor and contributing writer and photographer.
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