This piece is a reaction to inaction. As the title infers, the planet will be revolving around the earth long into the future. “So many sunsets” refers to the longevity of the earth as a viable planetary body. The “so little time” part of the title is referring to the inaction on a myriad of issues such as anthropomorphic global warming and the lack of a system for detecting large chunks of space rock coming from the direction of the sun. We’re good, but we need to be better. Tick Tock.

- Mitchel Hoffart

So Many Sunsets, So Little Time

Acrylic painting on wood
Natural wood edges
Varnished and Ready to hang

Signed on front and back

36" h x 36" w x 3" d
20 lbs. 0 oz.



Mitchel Hoffart
Moorhead, Minnesota

Getting to Know Mitchel

Painter Mitchel Hoffart creates abstract compositions in his spacious Minnesota basement studio. The linear nature of Mitchel’s work can be attributed to his educational training as a printmaker. However, he paints in layers, with each subsequent coat informing the next, therefore actively moving away from traditional printmaking techniques. “As I mature as an artist, my work is moving more towards painterly effects,” says the artist. When he’s not making art, Mitchel spends his time outdoors in nature, where he gathers much of his creative inspiration.