Painting for progress

Lay, Jennie
March 2006
High Country News;3/20/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p7
The article features Joan Hoffmann and her love for painting. Hoffman, is a 56-year old artist and activist known for painting for environmental groups who preserve wilderness and Western landscapes. She was once feared for her fierce advocacy but have finally chosen to express her activism through art. She stressed that she prefers cooperative than combative style of activism just like the late conservationist Margaret Murie, whom she greatly admires. Further information regarding her life and advocacy were tackled.


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