Martina Hoffmann

Martina Hoffmann

Martina Hoffmann has been a world citizen and lived amongst various cultures since her childhood in West Africa. A traveler between many worlds, her paintings are portals into other realms and offers the viewer a detailed glimpse into her inner landscapes —  imagery that has been inspired by various expanded states of consciousness such as dream states and visions glimpsed during shamanic journeys in the Amazonian Rainforest, only to mention a few.

The “Visionary Symbolism” of Martina Hoffmann is decidedly feminine and places the ‘Universal Woman’ in an intimate cosmos. She transcribes her ecstatic experiences but also her reflections on our connection to the ALL in a realistic style which marries the fantastic to the sacred.

The artist interest lies in creating awareness of our global oneness and universal interconnectedness.

Martina Hoffmann has been exhibiting her work since 1985 with a recent retrospective at the HR Giger Museum in Switzerland in 2018. She is also represented in the permanent collection of NAIA Museum in Rochefort-En-Terre, France.

Her artbook Inner Landscapes was first published in 2017.

Today, the artist keeps a home and studio in both, the USA and France, where she is represented in the permanent collection of the Naia Museum in Rochefort-En-Terre , France.