Delighted to receive the news that juror Robbie Laird chose my painting, “Tropical Dream” to receive an Award of Distinction at the Watercolor Society of Oregon’s 2018 Fall Exhibition.
This exhibition is on display at the Elisinore Framing & Fine Art Gallery at 444 Ferry St SE in Salem, Oregon through October 27, 2018.
Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass -Tropical Dream
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.
I am honored to learn that my painting, “Tropical Dream” has been selected by juror Robbie Laird
for the Watercolor Society of Oregon’s 2018 Fall Watercolor Exhibition.
This exhibition of 80 paintings will be on display from October 5 – 30, 2018
At The Elsinore Gallery
444 Ferry St SE
Salem, OR 97301
Mon-Fri 9 am-6 pm
Opening reception: Sat Oct 6, 4:30 pm-6 pm
In March of 2016 Art & Soul Gallery held a “Spirit Of Spring” show of paintings by the galleries artists.
I created my painting, “Springtime Delight” for that show.
Then I never showed it again, even though I was happy with the painting.
Since it is a tulip themed painting I pulled it out to see if I could show as part of my tulip series.
After looking at it with fresh eyes, as it has been put away for some time, I saw some changes that I felt needed to made.
The before of “Springtime Delight” is on left and the finished painting is on the right, very happy with the results!
“Springtime Delight” before and finished
Greatly honored and thrilled to learn that my painting, “Storm Break” has been selected by juror Ruth Armitage for the
Internationl Society of Experimental Artists 27th Annual Juried Experimental Art Exhibition.
This exhibition will be on display at the
Runyan Gallery which is part of the Newport Visual Arts Center, 777 NW Beach Drive in Newport, Oregon 97365 from September 7 to October 29, 2018.
You are invited to our reception on Friday July 6, 2018 from 5-8 PM
for the showing of
which is on exhibit July 3 – 29, 2018 at Art & Soul Gallery in Ashland, Oregon
“Waking” watercolor 20×25″ by Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass
The sun is out and my tulips have bloomed.
The new Blumex Parrot Tulips turned out to be exactly what I had ordered.
They have been a delight to watch bloom and to photograph for future painting reference! Very Inspiring!
On Monday, I rehung my artwork at
Art & Soul Gallery in Ashland, Oregon – here is my new display.
watercolor 29 x 21″
The interview about myself as an Artist that David Nienow produced for the Rogue Valley TV Show, Rogue Artisans & Crafters, is now available online for viewing.
Click Here to View
This spring has had some exciting weather!
From beautiful crisp and warm sunny days to stormy rains and snow.
Everyday I take a walk outside in my yard to see the growth of the green things and flowers.
The newly planted tulips are up and beginning to color on their buds.
Watching these tulips grow everyday is an exercise in patience as I can’t begin to tell you how excited I am to see them bloom!
In the meantime I have been distracted from working on the large tulip painting that I have written about.
This is easy for me to do as I generally have many projects that I am involved in at the same time.
In addition to that, I have a number of painting”starts” from demonstrating experimental techniques in my art classes just waiting to be finished.
Here are two of those “starts” that I just finished.
“Blossoms In A Breeze” – Watercolor 10 x 13″
“Relationships”- Watermedia 14 x 21″
Working on my “Tulips” series I did start and ended up finishing this large abstract watercolor titled “Tulip Time”
“Springtime” – Watercolor 29 x 21″