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Clifford Hobbs

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Brooklyn Watercolor Society

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Brooklyn Watercolor Society

Company Description

The Brooklyn Watercolor Society is a non-profit community arts organization that was started in 1972, now consisting of watercolor artists from throughout the Metropolitan area . Many of our members have graduated from prestigious art schools including Pratt A...more

Background Information

Employment History

DiasporA-NoW Inc


Affiliations

Association of Caribbean-American Artists

Founding Member


Education

National Academy of Fine Arts


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PARTICIPATING ARTISTS 2014

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Clifford Hobbs - Barbados
Clifford Hobbs was born in Barbados and emigrated to the U.S. during the 1960's. He studied under painter Hector Whistler and George Beverly Hale in Barbados. After settling in New York City, Mr. Hobbs attended the Art Students League of New York and studied under Emil Schultz, illustrator. An innovator, with a unique style combining watercolor, acrylic and collage, Mr. Hobbs was acknowledged as a pioneer and major influence on Barbadian art in the 1999 publication, "Art In Barbados: What kind of mirror image? Mr. Hobbs is a founding member of the Brooklyn Watercolor Society.


Clifford Hobbs Bio

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Clifford Hobbs
Clifford Hobbs was born in Barbados and emigrated to the U.S. during the 1960's. He studied under painter Hector Whistler and George Beverly Hale in Barbados. After settling in New York City, Mr. Hobbs attended the Art Students League of New York and studied under Emil Schultz, illustrator. An innovator, with a unique style combining watercolor, acrylic and collage, Mr. Hobbs was acknowledged as a pioneer and major influence on Barbadian art in the 1999 publication, "Art In Barbados: What kind of mirror image?" Many of his works are in private and corporate collections in the Caribbean, and the United States, and his art has received over a dozen awards and prizes. Mr. Hobbs is a founding member of the Brooklyn Watercolor Society.


PARTICIPATING ARTISTS 2014

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Clifford Hobbs - Barbados
Clifford Hobbs was born in Barbados and emigrated to the U.S. during the 1960's. He studied under painter Hector Whistler and George Beverly Hale in Barbados. After settling in New York City, Mr. Hobbs attended the Art Students League of New York and studied under Emil Schultz, illustrator. An innovator, with a unique style combining watercolor, acrylic and collage, Mr. Hobbs was acknowledged as a pioneer and major influence on Barbadian art in the 1999 publication, "Art In Barbados: What kind of mirror image? Mr. Hobbs is a founding member of the Brooklyn Watercolor Society.


Artist Bios

www.diaspora-now.com [cached]

Clifford Hobbs
Clifford Hobbs Clifford Hobbs was born in Barbados and emigrated to the U.S. during the 1960's. He studied under painter Hector Whistler and George Beverly Hale in Barbados. After settling in New York City, Mr. Hobbs attended the Art Students League of New York and studied under Emil Schultz, illustrator. An innovator, with a unique style combining watercolor, acrylic and collage, Mr. Hobbs was acknowledged as a pioneer and major influence on Barbadian art in the 1999 publication, "Art In Barbados: What kind of mirror image? Many of his works are in private and corporate collections in the Caribbean, and the United States, and his art has received over a dozen awards and prizes. Mr. Hobbs is a founding member of the Brooklyn Watercolor Society.


www.diaspora-now.com

Clifford Hobbs Clifford Hobbs Clifford Hobbs was born in Barbados and emigrated to the U.S. during the 1960's.He studied under painter Hector Whistler and George Beverly Hale.He attended the Art Student League of New York and studied under Email Schultz, illustrator.He also attended the National Academy of Fine Arts.His work has been exhibited throughout the U.S., including Hunter and John Jay Colleges, New York City; Brooklyn Museum; Hudson Art Gallery, the Barbados Consulate-NY and the National African American Museum.Many of his works are in private and corporate collections and his art has received over a dozen awards and prizes.Mr. Hobbs is a member of the Brooklyn Watercolor Society and a founding member of Association of Caribbean-American Artists.


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