For years people have asked me if my paintings were available as scarves or fabric to sew. I looked into it and producing scarves or printed fabric to resell is expensive so I never went ahead with it. Last winter I was the Featured Artist at Art & Soul Gallery, when a lady inquired if one of my paintings was available as fabric. I told her no, but if she had any suggestions of fabric companies to please let me know. She told me about a print on demand fabric company called Spoonflower. Looking into it I found this company to have a great reputation and a lovely variety of fabrics to choose from. Today I am happy to be able to say, ” YES! I do have artworks that have been adapted for fabric designs available at Spoonflower.”
Peter Alexander, the new owner of Art & Soul Gallery in Ashland, Oregon has invited me to extend my featured show, “Expressions” through the month of December! Come join me for my First Friday Reception on December 7 from 5 – 8pm and meet Art & Soul Gallery’s new owner, Peter Alexander. My show will be on display through December 30, 2018.
“Expressions” an exhibition of watermedia paintings by Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass on display now through Dec 30th at Art & Soul Gallery
Art & Soul Gallery 247 East Main Street Ashland, Oregon 97520
Over the Moon to learn that my painting “Storm Break” has received the 4th place award at the International Society of Experimental Artists’ 27th Annual Juried Exhibition. Thank you to juror Ruth Armitage and to everyone who has volunteered to make this exhibition possible.
The Oregon Coast Council for the Arts is pleased to host the
International Society of Experimental Artists’ (ISEA) 27th Annual Juried
Exhibition from September 7 to October 28 in the Runyan Gallery at the
Newport Visual Arts Center. Founded in 1991, ISEA has had over 500
national and international members who benefit from the ISEA’s mission
to “celebrate experimentation and exploration, and to provide a way to
share ideas and information.” Exhibition receptions will be held on
Friday, September 7, 5-7pm (with exhibition juror Ruth Armitage speaking
at 6pm), Saturday, September 22, 4-6:30pm (including an awards
presentation and juror talk), and Friday, October 5, 5-7pm.