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Hobbes Vincent, the enigmatic sculptor who is rarely seen without a mischievous grin and a tall tale on his lips, premiers a collection of new works. "At the Circus" will be Hobbes' first headlining show at the gallery and will feature extraordinary works of surrealist whimsy and imagination.

Don’t let the title of the show fool you… come fully expecting the unexpected as neither Hobbes nor his work will ever fit into any mold but their own. The “Circus” could just as easily reference the artist’s mindset at the time of creation as it could a dream he had one night when he was 12 years old. Suffice it to say, with his stunning attention to detail and eccentric imagination, Hobbes’ work is certain to leave you in awe.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through January 20.

Hobbes Vincent, the enigmatic sculptor who is rarely seen without a mischievous grin and a tall tale on his lips, premiers a collection of new works. "At the Circus" will be Hobbes' first headlining show at the gallery and will feature extraordinary works of surrealist whimsy and imagination.

Don’t let the title of the show fool you… come fully expecting the unexpected as neither Hobbes nor his work will ever fit into any mold but their own. The “Circus” could just as easily reference the artist’s mindset at the time of creation as it could a dream he had one night when he was 12 years old. Suffice it to say, with his stunning attention to detail and eccentric imagination, Hobbes’ work is certain to leave you in awe.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through January 20.

Hobbes Vincent, the enigmatic sculptor who is rarely seen without a mischievous grin and a tall tale on his lips, premiers a collection of new works. "At the Circus" will be Hobbes' first headlining show at the gallery and will feature extraordinary works of surrealist whimsy and imagination.

Don’t let the title of the show fool you… come fully expecting the unexpected as neither Hobbes nor his work will ever fit into any mold but their own. The “Circus” could just as easily reference the artist’s mindset at the time of creation as it could a dream he had one night when he was 12 years old. Suffice it to say, with his stunning attention to detail and eccentric imagination, Hobbes’ work is certain to leave you in awe.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through January 20.

WHEN

WHERE

Jen Mauldin Gallery
408 N. Bishop Ave.
#103
Dallas, TX 75208
https://www.jenmauldingallery.com/new-events/2017/11/18/artist-hobbes-vincent

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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