Hunter Roth received his BFA from Louisiana State University in 2000 with a concentration in Sculpture. Roth uses familiar images of skulls and skeletons as a visual canvas for retelling past and present histories. His politically charged cartoons and vibrant colors mock death and vivify the mortal symbols. Mexican traditions of the Day of the Dead, subcultures, and American history, heavily influence his art. Roth is a versatile artist, a painter, drawer, sculptor, printmaker, and furniture maker. He collaborates with artist Charles Barbier and Clark Derbes who recently painted a 14’ x 29’ mural outside the Shaw Center for the Arts in Baton Rouge. Roth shows annually as an artist member at Baton Rouge Gallery. Roth was a featured artist at the Houston ArtCar Museum in 2006, was awarded the People Choice award in the 2008 Baton Rouge Art Car Parade, and placed 3rd in the LSU School of Art 6th annual Summer Invitational show.