deb hoeffner describes her unique style of “soft realism” as a layering of thought, paint and possibilities. During a 30+ year career, her work has been published in print, web, and advertising worldwide, including The New York Times, U.S. News & World Report, and Bugle, the journal of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. Her “Homeless Christ” has appeared in books, magazines, churches, and homeless shelters from Key West to Australia, while her illustrations have appeared on products reaching from the local pet store with Natural Balance products to the watering holes of Cambodia where Kingdom Breweries showcased her drawings of Cambodian wildlife. Her award-winning portrait of “Grandfather Many Crows”, a beloved local tribal leader, was printed as part of his last wish gift to reservations across the country and is now in the collection of the Native American Alliance of Bucks County. A pencil portrait of a sheep, titled “Howell Farm Dreadlocks” is featured in the book “Strokes of Genius 3: The Best of Drawing” published by North Light Books. Her recent projects include design and illustration of three award-winning children’s books, “All You Want And Then Some”, “Lucky: The Tale of a Tree”, and “Forever Home: Tales of Four Lucky Dogs”. More of her work can be seen on her website at www.debhoeffner.com.