"Through non-objective imagery, I try to capture everyday moments in a type of visual poetry. The paintings are meant to be strong, passionate  and strive for beauty.
Gesture and chance play a role in my process. I am stimulated by the materiality of the paint when I layer, scrape, reveal and expose. There is no pre-conceived choreography, but when complete, the works contain four key components: thought, action, silence and noise."
-Elaine Hoffman

Elaine Hoffman graduated from the University of Guelph with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Art. She has worked in the arts and culture sector, most recently as Manager of Community Engagement for the McMichael Canadian Art Collection.

Commissions are welcome.  
Works are available for purchase through the artist.