Trenton Doyle Hancock

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Trenton Doyle Hancock
Born 1974 (1974)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Nationality  United States
Training Texas A&M University-Commerce, Temple University

Trenton Doyle Hancock is an American artist. He was born in 1974 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and grew up in Paris, Texas.[1]

Hancock received a BFA from Texas A&M University-Commerce, and an MFA from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University, Philadelphia. Hancock makes prints, drawings, and collaged felt paintings.

The characters which populate his imaginary worlds include the Mounds, half-animal, half-plant creatures, which are preyed upon by evil beings called vegans.

Hancock was included in the American Folk Art Museum's "Dargerism" exhibit, showing the influence of Henry Darger on contemporary artists.

He is represented in New York by James Cohan Gallery and was featured in PBS' Art:21.

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  1. ^ Trenton Doyle Hancock biography. Retrieved 2011-02-12.

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