Los Angeles

Lee Hill

Ryder Gallery

A series of oils, most of which were originally inspired by Kabuki dancers and various other aspects of Japanese folklore, are painted in heavy impasto with the help of a marble aggregate lending a mat but juicy richness to many of the predominantly white subjects. Miss Hill’s work is characterized by this leaning towards relief effects and an unsophisticated use of raw color.

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