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Clinton Hobart

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As a youth, artist Clinton Hobart was inspired by Disney’s The Little Mermaid and it forged his resolve to become an artist, “I remember the specific scene where Ariel comes up out of the water, the wind catches her hair, and it sticks to her face. I remember thinking ‘I want to do that for a living.’"

By the time Clinton saw Beauty and the Beast he knew for sure it was what he wanted to do. While in High School, he received private drawing lessons from family friend Milt Neil, who worked on many Donald Duck cartoons including Der Fuehrer's Face. Milt had told him to go to the School of Visual Arts in NYC and study figure drawing. “It was just a coincidence that the first drawing I ever did was of Donald Duck, on a napkin, while at a restaurant with my family.”

While in art school Clinton would spend most of his free time attending life-drawing sessions at Spring Studio.  He attributes the character he strives for in his still-life paintings to the years of studying figure drawing.




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