Farmington resident Chris Hubbard wore many hats before he became a sculpture artist. He initially went to college for microbiology and ended up working in Nashville, Tennessee labs, later going on to do environmental consulting in Tampa, Florida.
Then, alongside his consulting obligations, he began photographing, among other subjects, folk artists’ works.
Slowly but surely, his increasing folk art experiences along with his company’s restructuring led him to take the leap into the folk art world.
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