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Brandi Hofer is an artist, muralist, author, and educator. Hofer is most well known for being a successful collected Canadian Artist, exhibiting internationally and across North America. In 2021 she was featured by Create Magazine in their article 28 Contemporary Artists You Need To Know About. Her podcast Colour Me Happy! Has garnered attention as one of the best art podcasts to binge this season by Create Magazine! She will head to New York September 2022 with PXP Contemporary Gallery to the Affordable Art Fair.

Hofer has just announced her largest project to date a 3082 sq ft mural  installed July 2023, titled "Choose Love and Join Hands in Truth and Reconciliation". In partnership with Lloydminster Region Health Foundation and Yellow Finch Images.

Hofer’s first book Colour Me Happy! See your everyday ordinary as extraordinary has been released!

She recently founded an Art Academy partnering with LPSD Lloydminster for students in her local public school district. Aiding in the creative learning in her community.

Her artwork has been featured on national television and can be found in international publications and Saatchi Gallery numerous times. She has experience in creating custom artworks for designers and translates her artwork into large-scale murals. Some of her collectors include Jillian Harris, Sarah Baeumler, Andrew Salgado, Jann Arden, and Sarah Nicole Landry (thebbirdspapaya).

Hofer has attended creative residencies at Red Deer College, Toronto Island, the Marnay Art Centre outside of Paris France, and in Montreal, Quebec. Her work has appeared in HGTV’s House of Bryan as well as Island of Brian, and featured in a General Motors commercial. Most recently herself and her family at their in-home art studio for an international commercial for Walmart.

She continues to inspire and share in her journey with the world through many creative mediums.

Brandi Hofer's studio where she works and creates with her children is located in the quiet Canadian prairies.

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