A visual and word account of the struggles and inspirations of artist Jeremy Hoffeld. Insight into why and how and the extent he will go to including training with boxing legends Livingstone Bramble and Dmitry Salita.

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Latest Blog Posts for Jeremy Hoffeld in New York

  • Shit, I Said Too Much
    on Apr 8, 2009
           Shit, I said too much 48"x60" oil on canvas Jeremy Hoffeld 2009 My recent paintings are related to my interest in blogging. My mark making units are words and sentences. Each painting is like a post or entry, with a specific editorial foc...
  • Shamans, Medicine Men and Artists
    on Apr 2, 2009
    When I was eight years old, my father took me with him to visit an artist named Wallace Putnam, at his home in Yorktown Heights, New York. Mr. Putnam lived in what had been an ice house, in the woods, next to a pond. He was in his eighties then (born...
  • Underdog
    on Apr 1, 2009
    underdog              ink on paper 8"x11" Jeremy Hoffeld 2009Everything that I want to say today is too heavy to be blogged, so I've posted a picture and am going back into the studio to paint and hopefully get unclogged.
  • Subway as Life
    on Mar 28, 2009
    Early yesterday morning I got on the subway at 190th St heading downtown to work. The A train was running local, as it has been for many weekends now. Passengers were aggravated. I sat down between two people on a three seat bench, a teen aged boy on...
  • The Foundation for the Recognition of Previously Unrecognized Geniuses
    on Mar 26, 2009
    Not everything that counts can be counted and not everything that can be counted counts.-Albert EinsteinI wish they would only take me as I am.-Vincent van Gogh The best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of passionate intensity.-William...
  • Earlier Day Job
    on Mar 24, 2009
    This morning I received an email from a broke and desperate artist friend. Hard up for cash, he was thinking about getting a job in construction. He remembered my telling him that I had worked as a carpenter and wanted to know if I had any advice for...
  • Elo's Mop
    on Mar 23, 2009
                        Nothing of him that doth fade  4"x5"  pastel on paper Jeremy Hoffeld 2006I loathe the smell of Elo's mopand the tone of his steady drone,even in Macedonian, I fully fathom.Odor and anthem in unison bear down on me a...
  • on Mar 21, 2009
    Facebook fascinates me.  I navigate to it often, often too often. At a frightening clip, time passes when I am logged-in and in some moments while chatting, sending and receiving, the very air I breathe is pregnant with pure excitement.  The po...
  • Sonnet for A.I.G.
    on Mar 20, 2009
    Since reading in this morning's paper thatexecutives ninety percent may pay,of stolen bonus dollars back, how phat!More stuff we could thus tax, here I relay:All Botox, penis implants, poodles perm'd,your Bluetooth, Rolex, Prada handbags, thosesalons...
  • Janet and Jack
    on Mar 19, 2009
    Today's post is strictly visual, but a picture says a thousand words, right? . These are some photographs that I took on the Staten Island Ferry the other day, and just got permission to post. Jack Rossini and his friend Janet are in the Coast Guard...
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