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For these special edition Babyaga houses, Hochbaum combines halloween and the classic horror film genere. These inspirations pull triggers from the artist's childhood and a seasonal allure to an atmosphere of mystery, macabre, and fears.


They are a celebration of the ghosts and monsters. It is a chance for Hochbaum to conjur new versions of characters to play out the parts of the cast of characters that represent Halloween to him.


Hochbaum channels the classic Peanuts Halloween Special. 


Any kid growing up in America in the early 70's can recall some of the classic images conjored when it comes to this animation.


The classic house shape that David uses is coatedin a sheet of rice paper that is painted in acrylics.


It is presented here on it's own cutom stand made with chunk of a branch from a Japanese  maple treee that dies in the artist's front yard. He loved the tree but it grew sick and had to be removed. Hochbaum cut most of the tree into pieces to use for sculpture as well as fencing in the yard..


The maple stump is mounted to a  2" square block of hardwood. The whole piece stands at approx. 6.25" high.


The bottom is titled and signed.


This series is truly dedicated to the joys and fears from childhood remembrances of the discoveries of the different levels in which horrors exist.


Not every collector's cup of tea but a must have for the lover of a unique and macabre oddities.

First Edition "Van Pelt" 2019

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