She. Her. Hers. Black. African American.

LaToya Hobbs

Founding Member
Focusing on relief and monotype, she creates a fluid relationship between both practices; producing works marked by texture, color and bold patterns that speak to womanhood as it relates to the African Diaspora.

LaToya M. Hobbs is an artist, educator, wife, and mother currently living and working in Baltimore, MD. She received her BA in Painting and MFA in Printmaking from Purdue University. Her exhibition record includes national and international venues such as, Prizm Art Fair, the Community Folk Arts Center, Woman Made Gallery, and the Sophia Wananmaker Galleries in San Jose, Costa Rica. LaToya’s work has also been featured in Transition: An International Review, a publication of the W.E.B. Dubois Institute for African and African American Research at Harvard University. Her work is housed in collections such as the Petrucci Family Foundation Collection of African American Art, the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, and the National Art Gallery of Namibia.

Printmaking Techniques: relief print (woodcut), monotype


No items found.