Working with acrylic paint and resin, artist Jennifer Moné Hill creates abstract works exploring viscosity, motion, vibration, and the interaction of color, to provoke emotion, spark curiosity, and visual delight. Her bold color palette, signature cell details, wisps, and drips down the canvas sides are evidence of the movement and spontaneity of her process. Jennifer comes to painting with great enthusiasm, curiosity, intuition, love of color, nature, and positive energy.
In 2020, Jennifer became a member of the historic Silvermine Guild of Artists. You may have seen Jennifer's work on exhibit on the monumental screens at the Oculus World Trade Center, her solo show on LinkNYC across from Lincoln Center, at Viridian Gallery in Chelsea, and closer to home in recent exhibitions at the Silvermine Arts Center, Mattatuck Museum, Hammond Museum, Rene Soto Gallery, Rowayton Arts Center, Carriage Barn Arts Center, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Greenwich Art Society, and CCNS Art Show 2019 and 2021.
Jennifer lives and works in Danbury, Connecticut. Born and raised in White Plains, New York, she studied Visual Arts at SUNY Purchase, and then began working professionally as a commercial photographer, which she had done for over twenty years before a shift to abstract painting. Jennifer's curiosity has led her to simultaneously pursue many creative outlets including furniture making, hand dying fiber, and of course painting which is now her greatest passion.
Continuously learning technical processes, inventing new ways, pushing her materials to their limits, and using old and new to conceive something beautiful is the common thread in all of her pursuits.
"Working in abstract painting, going beyond the representational world, to the pure, raw, power of emotion is what excites me. When colors combine, when we make a mark that means something to the spirit, beyond the known familiar image, breaking past the facade of our perception to something greater, that’s what motivates me."