Trenton Doyle Hancock

American , 1974 -

Hancock makes prints, drawings, and collaged felt paintings which tell stories of a fantastical nature. The characters which populate his imaginary worlds include the Mounds, half-animal, half-plant creatures, which are preyed upon by evil beings called vegans. The usual meaning of the word vegan is a human who avoids leather, meat, milk and other products considered by the vegan lifestyle to be unethical, but in Trenton Doyle Hancock's work these people with their ethical lifestyle are merely being used by these "vegan" creatures. The style of Doyle's paintings and other visual work appears to be influenced by abstract expressionism, surrealism and "bad art".
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The Year: Voices of Rasp Ring

2009

LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University

$2,200 - $5,500

The Year: A Tidy Sum, Merciless is He

2009

LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University

$2,200 - $5,500

The Year: The Greatest Love of All

2009

LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University

$2,200 - $5,500

The Year: Pitch Snow In Terrible

2009

LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University

$2,200 - $5,500

Mound #1 The Legend

2015

Graphicstudio / USF

$12,000 - $35,000

Give Me My Flowers While I Yet Live

2012

Graphicstudio / USF

$2,200 - $5,500