Pandemic, The Light Therein
I see all my work as intimate and contemplative, as work demanding the viewer to spend time to allow the painting to reveal itself. These paintings do not represent anything other than what they are: paint on a rigid support. The paintings do not signify anything other than how they work in the world. They do have an evocative power, which can evoke a spiritual or emotive response, despite their being inseparably bound to the purely physical.
Croton on Hudson, NY
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Born in New York in 1949, Nils Hill received a BFA in Sculpture from Philadelphia College of Art in 1971, and an MFA in Sculpture in 1973 from Indiana University. By 1980 he was working exclusively in the medium of painting. Since that time his work as been exhibited in solo and group shows in spaces including, The Painting Center, New York, N.Y., The Berkshire Art Museum, Pittsfield, MA, The Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, N.Y, Pace University, Pleasantville, N.Y., Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan CT, The Studio Annex, New York, NY, The Arts Exchange, White Plains, N.Y., Gallery 128, New York, N.Y., and elsewhere in the United States. Mr. Hill lives in Croton on Hudson, NY and maintains a studio in Peekskill, NY.