Jennifer L. Hoffman PSA
Jennifer L. Hoffman was born and raised in the rural Pennsylvania Dutch community of Ephrata. In 1992, she graduated from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Printmaking and Painting. In 1996, she moved to Jackson Hole, Wyoming to pursue an interest in landscape painting and coincidentally got a job as studio assistant with the landscape artist, Scott Christensen.
Jennifer L. Hoffman has participated in many regional and national exhibitions since 2000. She is a participant in the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s annual Western Visions show, and has been included in the Oil Painters of America’s National Juried Exhibition of Traditional Oils as well as their Western Regional Exhibition; Reflections in Pastel, a national juried exhibition in Little Rock, AR; and the Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painter’s National Exhibitions, among others.
Recent awards include an Award of Excellence at the Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painter’s 2010 National Show (Crested Butte, CO), Best of Show at the First Annual Autumn Arts Painting Challenge (New Hope, PA), an Award of Merit at the RMPAP 2008 National Exhibition (Winter Park, CO), and 3rd Place in Landscape in the 9th Annual Pastel 100, sponsored by the Pastel Journal.
Hoffman is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America, and also holds memberships in the Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters, the Oil Painters of America, and the American Impressionist Society.
Her work has been featured in numerous publications, including the Pastel Journal, April 2008 and April 2010. She is a participant in the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s annual Western Visions show. As an art instructor, she was 2005 Visiting Artist, Grand Teton Association’s Artists in the Environment Program; 2008 Guest Artist, National Museum of Wildlife Art Paintbox Society Event; 2009 Visiting Artist, Grand Teton Association’s Artists in the Environment Program, and 2010 Instructor, Plein Air Painting in Pastel, Workshop through the Art Association, Jackson, Wyoming.