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In 2010, Brooke Hine was chosen as one of the top five artists to watch in “Philadelphia Magazine“.



“Artists in Residence” was an exhibition at the home of curator, Eileen Tognini.  Brooke Hine installed a permanent wall-piece  that was featured in “Philadelphia Home Magazine”.


Published in “American Style” Magazine.




“Gallery in the Garden” was the most amazing outdoor sculpture garden located close to the Hawk Mountain Sanctuary in Pennsylvania.  Curator and home owner, Eileen Tognini, brought people and art together in the most serene environment.  Featured is Brooke Hine’s installation “Growth/Deterioration” made from 1600lbs. of porcelain.


Brooke Hine(b. MI, 1977) is a ceramic sculptor, installation artist, and independent curator living and working in Philadelphia, PA. Hine holds a B.F.A. from Siena Heights University(MI) and an M.F.A from Virginia Commonwealth University(VA).  After graduating from V.C.U in 2004 she moved to Philly to continue her career. Hine received a two-year fellowship from The Center for Emerging Visual Artists(CFEVA) and was their 6th annual visiting curator in 2008. She has shown nationally at the American Museum of Ceramic Art, Moore College of Art and Design, The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Delaware Contemporary Center for the Arts, Mount Airy Contemporary, University of the Arts, and the Art Alliance in Philadelphia. Hine was chosen as one of five artists to watch in Philadelphia Magazine and was published in Philadelphia’s Inquirer, Philadelphia Weekly, American Style Magazine, and Studio Visit Magazine. Most recently, Troegs Independent Brewing commissioned Brooke to make a large-scale hop with decals.  It’s part of their permanent collection at the brewery in Hershey, PA.


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