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Allan Hill Wall Art

For Allan Hill, the Langhorne, Pennsylvania artist, the essence of his art occurs in the process. He says that while relying upon chance and chaos to provide many options, experimentation is encouraged. From 1955 to 1959, he studied under Jacob Landau, Jane Piper, Henry C. Pitz, Paul Keene, Albert Gold, Leon Kelly, and Larry Day at the Philadelphia College of Art where he majored in Illustration. The manipulation of materials and process are behind all his art, and are what allow him to be personal and immediate. His intention is for meaning and expression not to surface from any preconceptions but to surface from discoveries made in the process. He has exhibited his collage paintings in national juried competitions, including the Western Colorado Watercolor Society, Denise Bibro Gallery, NY, National Watercolor Society, Northwest Watercolor Society, Touchstone Gallery, Washington, D.C., Collage Artists of America, Philadelphia Water Color Society, and the International Society of Experimental Artists.

Through he works with water-based media, Hill relies upon its free flowing aspects; and with the addition of mixed media, he allows the chance and chaos to keep the surface quality lively. He pursues a development that is intuitive and fluid, and has vitality, and will result in emerging poetic images that persuade the viewer to new possibilities of thought. Along with collage, which is at the core of most of his work, he can shift relationships by letting the work develop after rearranging elements, and then to respond with adjustments, allowing the painting to come together by its own energy.

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