Sir Anthony Hopkins’ Las Vegas art premiere

Jeff Mitchum Galleries hosted Sir Anthony Hopkins at its Bellagio and MGM Grand locations, unveiling his new collection of original acrylics, inks and serigraphs as part of Hopkins’ permanent exhibition in Las Vegas. Hopkins celebrated the unveiling with collectors and friends, including Brian and Myra Greenspun, Larry and Camille Ruvo, Bernie Yuman, Tara Arroyave, and Aaron and Natasha Tucker. Following an introduction by gallery owner and renowned landscape photographer Jeff Mitchum, Hopkins explained his artistic process and the joy he feels by having his work on display in such a fine gallery. Finally, he thanked Victor Gloria and Claudia Taylor, chief operating officer and executive director of Jeff Mitchum Galleries, for orchestrating such beautiful exhibits and making his art available to collectors worldwide.

Photos by Isaac Brekken

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