ABOUT THE ARTIST
While working in a variety of media, I discovered my love of charcoal and the challenges of its limited palette. Using techniques developed on my own, I create drawings inspired by remote, unspoiled and often rugged landscapes. My work is an expression of my relationship with these places.
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2018. Next Stage Theater, Putney, Vermont
2016 Main Street Arts, Saxtons River, Vermont
2015 Hunter Gallery, Grafton, Vermont
2012 Works On Paper, Bellows Falls, Vermont
2009 Bennington Museum, Bennington, Vermont
2007 Blue Mangrove Gallery, Marco Island, Florida
2006 Everglades National Park, Homestead, Florida
2005 Southern Vermont Art Center, Manchester, Vermont
2005 Goodrich Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2004 Sharon Arts Center, Peterborough, New Hampshire
2003 The Beach Tree Gallery, Chester, Vermont
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2014 Galleri Schaeffers Gate 5, Oslo, Norway
2012 Swenson Galley, Miami, Florida
2012 The Biscayne Nature Center, Key Biscayne, Florida
2011 Big Cypress National Preserve, Ochopee, Florida
2010 Sharon Arts Center, Peterborough, New Hampshire
2008 South Florida Museum of Art and Culture, Avon Park, Florida
2007 Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, Florida
2006 Sharon Arts Center, Peterborough, New Hampshire
2004 Reed Gallery, Chester, Vermont
2003 The Three Rivers Gallery, Bellows Falls, Vermont
AWARDS AND HONORS
2009 Award of Excellence, Art & Ambiance, Grafton, Vermont
2008 Second in Category, Armonk Art Festival, Armonk, New York
2007 Best in Show, Beaux Arts Festival, Coral Gables, Florida
2007 Merit Award, Boca Raton Arts Festival, Boca Raton, Florida
2007 Award of Distinction, Winter Park Art Festival, Winter Park, FL
2007 First Place in Category, Melbourne Art Festival, Melbourne, FL
2007 Judges Award, Melbourne Art Festival, Melbourne, Florida
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Growing up in rural Vermont, Hoey spent many hours exploring its woods, river banks and beaver ponds. Hoey has always liked to create with her hands and started painting and drawing as a child. Gradually, she began to create art more full-time, developing her current focus: landscapes in charcoal.
The terrains that inspire Hoey provide solitude. They are often remote, rugged, and unspoiled. She has spent time creating art on Great Cranberry Island, Maine, in west Texas, southern Florida, and in Vermont.
Hoey has been awarded residencies in Everglades National Park, Big Cypress National Preserve, Cape Cod National Seashore and at The Johnson Studio Center, in Johnson, VT.
She Lives in Rockingham, Vermont with her son, and husband, sculptor Mark Goodenough.