“Hillary’s playful personality and photographic style shine through her keen and unique eye. Her sense of composition, her ability to create ethereal and pastoral imagery speckled with a hint of the fantastic give the viewer many a reasons to linger while appreciating the art in her photography.”
– Essdras M Suarez / 2x Pulitzer Prize Winner
As an artist “Hillary never sees the world the same way twice” according to Adirondack Life Magazine photographer Mark Bowie. Her photography work has been presented at the Salmagundi Club in Manhattan, Plaxall Gallery in Long Island City, The Royal in Brooklyn, The Albany Center Gallery, Spring Street Gallery Saratoga Springs, Collar Works Gallery in Troy, Yaddo exhibit ‘Taking Flight’ curated by Tristan Kirvin and is regularly featured in the traveling exhibits of the Schenectady Photographic Society. Hillary holds memberships in multiple local art associations and is currently President of the Bethlehem Art Association in Delmar, New York.
Hillary’s work was recently chosen for the 2019 Open Photography Exhibition at the prestigious Salmagundi Club in Manhattan NY and the 41st Photography Open at Collar Works Gallery in Troy NY. She was given an honorable mention award in the 2018 FENCE Select exhibit at The Arts Center of the Capital Region. She credits her art residency at Atelier de la Rose in Montcabrier France (2015) for opening her artistic eye and changing how she seeks power & beauty in her images. A multi-medium artist, Hillary hopes to instill a purpose to her images, whether they be paintings or photographs. Hillary has participated in multiple group and solo exhibitions.
This past year at Collar Works Gallery in Troy, Hillary’s work was on display in the 41st Photography Regional guest curated by Daniel Aycock and Kathleen Vance of Front Room Gallery NYC. The show received wonderful reviews in the Albany Times Union and the Hudson Valley 360. Read more about Hillary’s work with photographing The Masterpieces of the Earth Collection.
Hillary has traveled extensively over her life and has documented her travels and experiences in powerful and intriguing images. Her photography stretches the limits of possibility and imagination. Her paintings capture time and dimension, and offers observers suggestions of alternative and parallel universes. Trained in both realism and abstract Hillary often merges the two styles to create her own unique body of work. Hillary recently completed an art residency at Dacia Gallery in Manhattan NYC in April.
In the summer of 2019 Hillary’s work was on exhibit in the group show Welcome to the Multiverse at Plaxall Gallery in Long Island City, her work was included in The Royal Society of American Art (RSOAA) summer invitational group exhibit Ruin in Brooklyn, New York. Her photograph Formation continued on its journey to the 2019 non-members Photography Open at the prestigious Salmagundi Club in Manhattan. Hillary’s work was on exhibit at the Albany Irish Heritage Museum this summer as a part of the SPS Traveling exhibits. Six pieces of her work from her travels through Northern Ireland were on exhibit through September 2019.
In 2020, Hillary will be exploring new work and mediums.