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Reception for local Artist Maureen Hoffmann will be at Highline Heritage Museum on Friday, May 5
May 5 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Local Artist Maureen Hoffmann and her exhibit ‘Italian Stone: Artist’s Muse’ will be celebrated with an Opening Reception at the Highline Heritage Museum on Friday, May 5, 2023.
Hosted by Burien Arts, Hoffmann’s reception will run from 6 – 7 p.m., and her art will be on exhibit at the museum from May – June, 2023.
A second reception for Artists United will run from 7 – 8 p.m.
Admission to both receptions is free.
Here’s more info on Hoffmann, courtesy Burien Arts:
Pulling from her 60,000 photos taken in Italy over 15 years, Maureen has combined photos with graphic overlays for one-of-a-kind monoprints. Her works include images of Milan, Florence, Venice, monuments, cobblestones, manuscripts, and textiles.
A graphic designer for forty-five years (forty of them with her own business), Maureen works both independently and collaboratively. Her clients include children’s book writers, hospitals, accountants, architects, consultants, museums, contractors, rag merchants, lighting designers, engineers, copywriters, food brokers, and insurance companies, among others. She is also a web designer.
Named Burien Citizen of the Year, 2013, Maureen founded and runs Walk/Bike Burien (WABI ), a program of guided walks and rides around town. See https://wabiburien.org/
Other local activitities include
- Casa Italiana – Italian Cultural Center, Branding and Promotion, 2020 to present.
- Burien Signal Box Public Art Project: 2020
- Wayfinding Committee: 2017
- Branding Committee: 2016-2017
- Mobility Study: 2016
- Downtown Burien Bike Rack Project: 2011-2015
- Public Art Mapping & Signage Project: 2013
- Vision for Burien Committee: 2011
- Banners Project: 2010
- Burien Arts Commission: 2007-2009
- Ruth Dykeman Children’s Center (NAVOS) Auction Committee: 2004-2007
- Garden of Remembrance: 2006-2019
- Northwest Paralyzed Veterans of America: 2005-2009
A native of Burien, Maureen lives here and part-time in Milan.
All works on display at the Museum are for sale. QR codes are posted at the exhibit for easy purchasing via credit card, or contact [email protected] if purchasing by check.
More info is here.
The Highline Heritage Museum is located at 819 SW 152nd Street: