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Emily Hoffman


Emily Hoffman, Graphic Artist & Illustrator

I am a Graphic Artist based in beautiful Barre, Vermont. I offer freelance Illustration & Design and am also part of the creative team at The Vermont Flannel Company.

I am proud to serve as an Associate Rep for the New England Region of the Graphic Artists Guild.

I have earned a B.A. in Fine Art with studies in Expressive Arts Therapy, Graphic Design, and Illustration. A lifelong learner, I am ever enrolling in new classes to further my artistic knowledge and abilities.

I was born in Elmira, New York, and grew up on Schooley's Mountain in northern New Jersey. I moved to Vermont to attend college, where I not only learned from many unique artists, but also studied with ecologists and holistic healers.

Communication (visual, verbal, or otherwise) can be such a creative & mystical experience—a portal to otherworldly moments that awaken our hearts. Nature itself is probably the master of this. I seek to tune into and practice that sort of communication magic!


Fine Art,Graphic Design,Illustration

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