LaToya M. Hobbs
LaToya M. Hobbs (born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas) is an American painter and printmaker best known for her large-scale portraits of black women. Hobbs moved to Baltimore, MD difficult in her energy where she works as a professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art. She gained greeting for her portraiture and symbolic imagery in the 2010s, receiving several travel grants and awards in the late twenty teens. Her appear in addresses the ideas of black beauty and cultural identity that center around inborn a woman.