The Hoffman Center for the Arts features work from many artists in our community. Their work is on display during our many events and workshops, as well as Friday and Saturday afternoons from 3 to 5 pm.

Pieces are available for purchase during the Open Gallery hours (cash and check only), but in some cases it might be convenient to purchase them using PayPal (or a credit card), here.


Simply note the artist and name of the piece in the description field, and amount after you click the “buy now” button. PayPal accepts credit and debit cards.  We’ll contact you via email to make arrangements to pick up your item.

Here are some upcoming shows at the Hoffman Gallery:

Month Main Show Special Events Special Art Instructor Shows
January “The Blue Show”, a community show featuring art that’s blue Artist Reception on January 6, 2 to 4 pm
February Linda Petersen, Painting; Pat Laird, Painting, Batik, Encaustic;  Ceramic container show by Clay Studio Artists Artist Reception on February 3, 2 to 4 pm
March “How We Create” featuring Lloyd Lindley II, painter (ink, gauche, and oil glazing); Susan Webb-Rebecchi, textiles; Kathleen Kanas, basket weaver; Sol Neelman, photographer; and Corinne Beuchet, ceramics, No Artist Reception Birdhouses, Wes Cropper: March 31 thru April 8
April “Paper Bag Art Challenge”, featuring art by donors and members


Mark Cavatorta:  Textures and Layers in Ceramics


Artist Reception, April 7, 2 to 4 pm


Member Brunch Event on April 23,

11 am to 1 pm

Paper Quilling, Kim Nickens: April 7 through 25


“Imagine Your World” joint show April 21 through May 6 featuring digital artists Wes Cropper, Lorraine Richey, and James Hockenhull


Cathi Howell: Figurative drawing, textiles, pastel paintings, and watercolor travel journals


Ceramic Show featuring Clay Studio Artists Kathy Kanas, Kathleen Laron, and Pamela Jacobson

Artist Reception: April 28,

3 to 5 pm

Imagine Your World through May 6
June Christa Grimm, Painting
Through July 9


Sher Davidson Sculpture

 Artist Reception:  June 2, 3 to 5 pm  

Artists who would like to show their work in the gallery at the Hoffman Center for the Arts, should send an email to  Include brief bio and three example images of the work to be shown.