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 Jennifer L. Hoffman  (1970 - )

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Lived/Active: Wyoming      Known for: tonalist landscape, still life, figure and animal painting

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Raised in the Amish community of Ephrata, Pennsylvania, Jennifer Hoffman became an artist and settled in Wyoming at Hoback Junction at the mouth of the Snake River.  She earned a BFA from the University of Delaware in 1992, studying painting and printmaking with Stephen Tanis and Robert Straight.  Four years later she moved West where she is fascinated with the rugged, dramatic scenery that have a poetic effect on her.  Of her landscapes, she says that it is not the sweeping, sunlit panoramic mountain vistas that hold her attention, but instead she "seeks out the softer, more tonal colors found at dusk, in snowy weather or early spring, imbuing her scenes with a shimmering mistiness that drives our thoughts inward."

For a year after moving to Wyoming, she was studio assistant to landscape painter, Scott Christensen, and then for six years she worked at the National Museum of Wildlife Art near Jackson Hole.

Devoting herself to her own work, she works in oil, pastel, charcoal and conte crayon.  Much of her painting is landscapes, but she also depicts still life, animals, and figures. 

Editor, "Three to Watch: Artists Making Their Mark", Fine Art Connoisseur, June 2010, p. 46

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