Local artist painting the town(s)

May 1, 2013

Darlia Hobbs is having a nice year.
An artist who specializes in mixed media, by month’s end, she will have 32 paintings displayed in galleries throughout the Metroplex.
Fifteen of those works will be shown at Gallery 6 in Fort Worth. A reception is planned for May 3 from 6-9 p.m. at 1300 Gendy Street.
Five more of her paintings hang in Gallery 3 at a “Pencils, Brush, and Scissors” exhibit.
Back in February, Hobbs, who lives on Eagle Mountain Lake, won an award at a juried event, the Trinity Arts Guild.
She was also accepted at the Arlington Visual Arts Open Juried Show.
In March, Hobbs showed three paintings at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center “The Fort Worth 15” exhibit.
Five of Hobbs’ paintings can be seen at the “Wide Spectrum” showcase at the Bob Duncan Center in Arlington, until the end of May.
And, from April through mid-June, she will have paintings on display at the Society of Watercolor Artists International Show at the Fort Worth Central Library.
Finally, Hobbs, now a member of the Renegades art group, will show five more canvases through May at the Atrium Gallery at the University of North Texas Health Science Center.

Mixed media artist Darlia Hobbs, who lives on Eagle Mountain Lake, has this painting and 31 others on display in several Metroplex exhibits.

Mixed media artist Darlia Hobbs, who lives on Eagle Mountain Lake, has this painting and 31 others on display in several Metroplex exhibits.

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