Dream and Imagery Entailed: Kerrick Hartman and LaToya Hobbs

Dream and Imagery Entailed: Kerrick Hartman and LaToya Hobbs

December 13, 2013

Stuttgart artist Kerrick Hartman focuses on stone, wood and metal sculpture using the Arkansas landscape as inspiration for his work. He says, “To take a stone or other lifeless, stationary material and convey a sense of spiraling, undulating motion to an object is at its core a testimonial of hope and celebration of life’s design.”

North Little Rock native LaToya Hobbs, printmaker and painter, works with figurative imagery that addresses the ideas of beauty and spirituality. Her work is an investigation of how past influences, expectations and preferences resonate with women of color in the 21st century and are expressed through the canvases of our bodies.

The exhibit continues in the Trinity Gallery for Arkansas Artists through February 9, 2014


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Dream and Imagery Entailed: Kerrick Hartman and LaToya Hobbs