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Hartman and Hobbs at HAM

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click to enlarge Sculpture by Kerrick Hartman at HAM.
  • Sculpture by Kerrick Hartman at HAM.



Word comes just now of a new exhibit at the Historic Arkansas Museum, "Dream and Imagery Entailed: Kerrick Hartman and LaToya Hobbs." 

Pictures speak louder than words: You can see by the images here what a great show this will be. Sculptor Hartman, from Stuttgart, works in stone, wood and metal. Printmaker and painter Hobbs is a North Little Rock native whose work addresses beauty and spirituality among women of color. It's a nice pairing, thanks to sinuous, circular elements in both works. 

The show opens tonight for 2nd Friday Art Night, which is also holding its "9th Ever Nog-off." No nog in the gallery! See the art, drink the nog, vote on the nog, then go back and see the art again. 

click to enlarge Work by printmaker LaToya Hobbs, at HAM.
  • Work by printmaker LaToya Hobbs, at HAM.

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