Inspired by her move to Florida, and since the early works in California were generally
white or black-and-white, color became the next progressive period of her art. Still committed to minimalist ideas and aesthetics, her work became structured by the "grid". Gallery representation gave her great exposure and support, leading to a steady
production of a variety of series using textures and monochromatice works on paper,
some including found objects and ranging from very small to exciting large sizes.
In any given series by Hoffman, there will be a level of aesthetics and style that is
consistent throughout the decades of works created to date. The use of graphite, hand
made acrylic impasto paints, monochromatic color schemes, works on paper and more recently canvas, continues into all her recent works.