HOFFMAN, Theronda

1965 - ?

Theronda Hoffman

Theronda Goussard Hoffman was born in South Africa in 1965. She studied at Spier Art School, Stellenbosh, South Africa gaining a B.A. degree in psychology and history and completed a full graphic course under Ian Tainton (born 1955), which included etching, aquatint, linocuts, monoprints and lithography. In 1989 she commenced work as a full-time artist and travelled extensively to broaden her outlook. Theronda's work has been influenced by Picasso and Chagall maturing into a colour filled expressionistic realism. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in South Africa and exhibits extensively in the UK including the Royal Albert Hall, London; Art On the Prom, Felixstowe; Blackthorpe Barn, Rougham; Ottewill Art Gallery, Bury St Edmund's; Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh; Mall Gallery, London; Upstairs Gallery, Beccles; Ipswich Town Hall Gallery; Aldeburgh Gallery, Aldeburgh; the Wolsey Art Gallery at Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich; Royal Academy Summer Exhibition; Buckenham Galleries, Southwold and many others and donated to the 'Westhall Secret Postcard Auction' in 2013 an acrylic 'Poppies on the Beach, Aldeburgh' and in 2014 'Poppyfields-Waldringfield'. Her work is currently in private collections in Canada, France, Italy, Chicago, London, and Germany. She is the owner of Kesgrave Arts.

An Izac Hoffman exhibited at the Royal Academy
from 83 Main Road, Kesgrave, Ipswich
2010 1210 'Raw Thoughts' a video work.

Works by This Artist