Leaving some of his recurring characters behind (most notably the part plant, part Neanderthal Mounds, the colorblind Vegans, and a fallible superhero called Torpedo Boy), Trenton Doyle Hancock takes a more directly autobiographical approach with his latest collage-paintings. The large-scale works, many augmented with cut-out text, draw on the artist’s dreams, campy horror films, religion and other influences present in Hancock’s life since his childhood in East Texas.
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