This September I will be the Featured Artist at the Art & Soul Gallery in Ashland, Oregon with my “Splash” Exhibit.
Tonight I “splashed” the display wall in preparation for hanging my paintings tomorrow.
“Splash” will be on display September 1 – 26, 2021
The reception is Friday, September 3 from 5 – 8 by reservation only.
Please call Art & Soul Gallery to place your reservation at 541-488-9006
Or visit during gallery hours: Sun. Tues. & Weds 12 – 4
Thurs. – Sat. 10 – 5 and Available by Appointment
Thank you to Cindy Triplett and Peter Stone for these photos!
This is the first time I have painted vertically with this brush – usually I paint with the substrate flat on the ground or a table.
This was so much fun to do!
Covered myself from head to toes with paint
Very happy with the result – Art & Soul Gallery will be holding a photo competition with prizes involving this painted wall
For more info about the photo competition please visit Art & Soul Gallery’s Website by clicking here.
Very excited and honored to announce that my painting, “Sprites” has been selected by the Juror of Selection: Dean Mitchell, AWS, DF into the American Watercolor Societies Inaugural 2021 Associate Members Online Exhibition.
Looking for a fun inspirational watercolor workshop to take this summer?
I will be teaching “Beyond the Brush” :
Experimental Techniques in Watercolor
at the Rogue Gallery in Medford, Oregon
Saturday August 7 & Sunday August 8, 10 am-5 pm.
This workshop is designed for exploring, experimenting and incorporating textural watercolor techniques into your own personal artistic style. Each day will start with a lecture and demonstration about watercolors and texture. We will explore experimental watercolor techniques using items other than a paint brush for texture, including pouring paint through filters.
watercolor on paper
21 x 29″
Peter Stone of Art & Soul Gallery in Ashland, Oregon
just released this lovely video with his musical mantra singing and my paintings.
I am sure that you will enjoy it!
Coming this September of 2021, I will be the Featured Artist at Art & Soul Gallery.
Please click here to view the video
app 6 x 6″
watercolor on paper
Wanted to check in and say Hi as it has been many months since I have posted anything here. 2020 was quite a year for everyone. I did get lots of painting time in, focusing on intuitive abstract expressionism in watercolor. Many of these new works have been posted on my Instagram page.
Looking ahead into 2021 I will continue to show my artwork at Art & Soul Gallery in Ashland, Oregon where I will be the Featured Artist during the month of September 2021. My art works are also at The Rogue Gallery in Medford, Oregon on a rotating basis.
Many people are now shopping online more than ever before especially with the covid lock downs. Wanted to introduce to you my new website feature where I am now offering my original paintings for sale un-matted and unframed. You can link to see what I am currently offering from the menu on this website or click here .
Wishing you the best in 2021 and many happy new beginnings!
Excited to share with you that my painting,
is featured on page 80 in
The Best of Watercolor: Splash 21 Competition Winners Edition.
Here is a link to purchase a digital issue of
In painting abstractions I see things about myself come out through my choices of forms, colors and brushstrokes.
Honestly, I was amazed when I stood back and really looked at this painting to see how deeply in my subconscious I am being affected by the coronavirus.
Please stay safe everyone!
Please Stay Safe Everyone!
watercolor 29 x 21″
“Portland Dreaming” watercolor by Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass
As the Rogue Gallery is currently closed for health and safety reasons
they have created a virtual visit of the March 2020 Exhibits
Water Works: Extended to June 19, 2020
Paintings by Sue Bennett, Kim Faucher, Kirsten Merriwether
and Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass
16 of my abstract paintings are included in the Water Works exhibit.
From the Emerald Isle:
A Celtic Inspired Art Exhibit featuring Rogue Gallery Members
The Rogue Gallery is now closed through March 31 …
here is a peak inside to view the Waterworks Exhibit!