Art of Shamokin native on display at Susquehanna Bank
SHAMOKIN - The photography of Bill Hoffa is currently on exhibit at the Independence Street office of Susquehanna Bank. Hoffa is a 1968 graduate of Shamokin Area High School and retired from the home improvement sales industry.
Hoffa has been interested in photography ever since junior high school. He still owns almost every cameras he ever used. Photography is his way of documenting his other hobbies, including his travels and classic automobiles. His photographs include beautiful views of Europe, Alaska, Mexico, Nova Scotia and Canada. Photographs of classic cars show his great appreciation for these fine autos in the way he pictures them like rolling works of art. The classic lines of a Duisenberg or the morning dew beading on the hood of a classic Corvette are especially appealing. Some of his most colorful works include the beauty of a flower blossom or the wings of a butterfly.
Hoffa has lived in the Shamokin-Coal Township area all his life. Married for 40 years to his wife, Jeanne, they live with their wire fox terrier, Sassy.
The exhibit will run through July and can be viewed during regular bank hours.