Specializing in the creation of intricate optic indulgences, Jill applies her paintings to a variety of surfaces with the intention of transforming the surface into a bright, chaotic glitch that exists in its natural environment. Her ongoing fascination with how the human eye behaves through a variety of lenses is what drives each piece toward the finish line. This is mainly derived from her personal, rather common sensory condition known as Synesthesia.
Location: Middleton, New Jersey
Exhibitions and Awards: Jill has exhibited her work at Superchief Gallery NY, Mash Gallery Los Angeles, Massachusetts College of Art Boston, amongst others and her work has been featured at Juxtapoz Magazine.
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This depiction of the female body is traumatic and marvelous. Experimentation with the infinite possibilities of malleable shapes and forms build these compositions and forces the eye to move at a sporadic pace in an alternate dimension.