Patrick Hofmeister

Patrick Hofmeister is a self-taught, SF Bay Area native artist. His background is from his love for art in the street, and the freedom of expression. Other major influences include M.C. Escher, Mark Ryden, Todd Schorr, and Mario Martinez to name a few.

At the age of 20 in 2002 he found himself homeless due to poor life choices, and at the time discovered the Bill Wilson’s Center Transitional Housing Program. While living there for a year learning life skills and getting back on track, he showed an interest in art and was encouraged to start painting. The program bought him his first easel and paint set for Christmas that year. With a 9 pm curfew he spent his nights learning how to paint. “I never looked back. I had found my voice.”

Patrick works in oil, acrylic, and spray paint in an epic exploration of surrealism. Having mastered these mediums, he is free to create with what ever process best suits each new project often combining the three. Primarily his work explores self reflection, life experiences, observations in society and who we are before thought.

Patrick is a full-time working father to a beautiful 6 year old daughter, Ayana. In 2023, Hofmeister’s work is curated in the Method Made Marketplace, and is a member of the Global Artist Collective known as The Method Makers.

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