Artists | Letitia and Sedrick Huckaby


Letitia and Sedrick Huckaby (of Huckaby Studios) are an artist team that represents images of Black families, communities, and culture in Fort Worth.
Letitia’s work is included in several prestigious collections: the Library of Congress, the Art Museum of Southeast Texas, the Brandywine Workshop in Philadelphia, and the Samella Lewis Contemporary Art Collection at Scripps College in Claremont, California. She has also created public art projects around the DFW metroplex including the 4th Street Trailhead at Trinity River in Fort Worth, the Ella Mae Shamblee Branch Library in Fort Worth, and the Highland Hills Branch Library in Dallas.
Sedrick’s formal education in art started at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth. He then transferred to Boston University (BFA, 1997), where he received extensive academic training in studio art. Huckaby has been the recipient of numerous prestigious awards including a Guggenheim award, and Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, and a Lewis Comfort Tiffany Award. For graduate studies, he went to Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut (MFA, 1999). Most recently, he was named the Texas State Artist for 2018. His works are in many collections across the country and at the American Embassy in Namibia.

Letitia Huckaby, 'Leelah and Ruben', 2020

Leelah and Ruben, 2020

Sedrick Huckaby, 'Contemplating Fred Rouse', 2020

Contemplating Fred Rouse, 2020

Photographs by Rambo