Eileen Hoffman


December 19, 2017 - January 6, 2018
An exhibition of works by members of TSGNY

NoHo M55 Gallery, 530 West 25th Street, NYC


Select submitted works from the public, artists, and Brooklyn notables have been printed and transformed into thousands of pinwheels extending across the Rose Garden, a hidden gem in the Park’s northeast corner that the Alliance plans to restore in the coming years. These moving expressions form a dynamic, engaging and ever-growing display worthy of the Park’s 150th. They were on view July 2017.

My image was chosen as a group of 10 finalist. It was featured in the installation, and prints of it were on sale in the Brooklyn Museum's gift shop. 



Pierro Gallery

The Baird Center

5 Mead St. South Orange, NJ 




In every generation, the dining table has been more than a mere surface on which to serve food. In a broader sense, the table has been a silent observer of changing ideals and beliefs.How do we eat, play, work, think, organize, gather, and converse at and around this important icon of American life? What does it mean to come to the table today? Co-curators Brittany Venturella and Annmarie Ventura explore the idea of the dining table with all its various implications, both past and present, through contemporary art.

Thursday October 30- Saturday November 29


The Morris Museum
6 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown, NJ
December 6, 2012 to March 17, 2013
Toying with Art explores the icons of childhood as artistic media, resulting in a nostalgic and inventive display of art.

I will be exhibiting three of my wire tapestry pieces built with stained pipe cleaners and a shredded fabric diary. My work reflects upon what the color pink means to girls growing up in this culture; both the beauty and oppressiveness the color can signify.