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New Works by Scott Hove

Since we last visited culptor Scott Hove in his studio (here) earlier this year, the Oakland-based artist has been hard at work preparing for his upcoming solo show in San Francisco at Modern Eden. For the show, appropriately titled 'Your Deadly Desserts', Hove has created a bite sized sampling of smaller to medium sized works, cakes with fangs and spikes, tongues and teeth, and even a dismembered limb or two. We'll be visiting the artist in his studio in the weeks to come to see what else he has in store, but in the meantime, check out a visual aperitif here on Hi-Fructose.

Since we last visited culptor Scott Hove in his studio (here) earlier this year, the Oakland-based artist has been hard at work preparing for his upcoming solo show in San Francisco at Modern Eden. For the show, appropriately titled ‘Your Deadly Desserts’, Hove has created a bite sized sampling of smaller to medium sized works, cakes with fangs and spikes, tongues and teeth, and even a dismembered limb or two. We’ll be visiting the artist in his studio in the weeks to come to see what else he has in store, but in the meantime, check out a visual aperitif here on Hi-Fructose.

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