Capitol Exhibits - East Gallery
8 a.m.-6 p.m., Thursday February 20
Robert Terrence "Skip" Hill is a visual artist who documents his experiences with various cultures, languages, art history, and popular culture in captivating collage works. Harvesting imagery and design elements from the world's countless forms of cultural expression � from African textiles, Mexican ritual motifs, to Asian calligraphy - Hill creates lyrical pictorials that illustrate his inner vision and outward perception.
At the start of the millennium, Hill began incorporating collage elements into his paintings, producing the Tattoo Series of paintings, which were shown in Oklahoma, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, and Atlanta where Hill won Best in Show honors at the Atlanta Dogwood Art Festival.
Since the start of the new decade, Hill has worked on expanding his series of paintings, including Funky Ikebana Series and Tembo Series. Travels to Brazil in 2012 have spawned a new series titled Under the Mango Tree. Today, Hill's artwork can be found in private and public collections in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Argentina, Brazil, Columbia, and the Netherlands.
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