Jennifer L. Hoffman was born and raised in the rolling farmlands of southeastern Pennsylvania. As a child, she spent lots of time in the Appalachian Mountains at her family’s cabin. There, she wandered the mountain trails looking for deer, sketching feathers and trees, picking flowers, and birdwatching. After earning a BFA from the University of Delaware, she moved west to paint outdoors. More than two decades later, she can frequently be found painting the inspiring views and wild inhabitants of her Jackson Hole home in pastel and oil. Her work is shown nationally in exhibitions like Birds and Art, the International Association of Pastel Societies Juried Exhibition, the Pastel Society of America National Exhibition, and the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition. She is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America. Hoffman makes her home at the confluence of the Hoback and Snake River with her husband and daughter.
Click on the images below to view Jennifer Hoffman's artwork available for sale at this year's show.