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Watercolors and woodwork by Aurora's Dolores Hoffman will be exhibited through the end of June.

The Canby Public Library will display the works of Dolores Hoffman through June 30.

Hoffman is an accomplished watercolor artist, and she also experiments with three-dimensional works. Currently, she has 16 watercolor paintings and two wood creations on display at the library.

COURTESY PHOTO: DOLORES HOFFMAN - Dolores Hoffman's work will be on display at the Canby Public Library through June.

"My work is a layering of inspired ideas and unconventional materials. They play off natural forms. I want to push the boundaries and articulate the unseen that hides in everyday life," Hoffman said. "I go into the woods and wander the trails to gain new perspectives. Vines jump out of trees and become lines that move into space. Sticks that overlay each other form bridges and barricades. Sometimes I find myself on unmarked terrain, without a map. Out of this uncertainty comes the promise of new possibilities and unanticipated outcomes.

"I work in graphic design, paint in watercolor, and teach watercolor classes. I grew up in the Midwest and currently live in Aurora," she added.

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