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Bluestem # 45
Acrylic on Canvas over Birch Panel
60"x60"x3"
2021
Bluestem # 44
Acrylic on Canvas over Birch Panel
36"x48"
2021
Bluestem # 43
Acrylic on Canvas over Birch Panel
18"x18"
2021
Bluestem # 42
16"x16"x1.5"
2021
Bluestem # 41
Acrylic on Canvas over Birch Panel
16"x16"
2021
Bluestem # 40
24"x30
2021
Flags of Our Fathers
Acrylic on Canvas over Birch Panel
60" Diameter
2020
ROTATION
Acrylic on Canvas Over Panel
60" Diameter
2020
Lowellian Mars at Opposition
Acrylic on Canvas Over Panel
60" Diameter
2020
4/4 - FUNK
Acrylic on Canvas Over Panel
72"x96"
2020
Bluestem # 39
Acrylic on Canvas over Birch Panel
12"x12"
2020
Bluestem # 38
Acrylic on Canvas over Birch Panel
12"x12"
2020
Bluestem # 37
Acrylic on Canvas Over Panel
48"x48"x3"
2020
Bluestem # 36
Acrylic on Canvas Over Panel
36"x48"
2020
Bluestem # 35
Acrylic on Canvas over Panel
36”x48”
2020
Bluestem # 34
Acrylic with Cold Wax Finish on Canvas over Panel
36"x48"
2019
Bluestem # 32
Acrylic on Canvas Over Panel
24"x24"x1.5"
2016
Bluestem # 29
12"x12"
2016
Bluestem # 27
Acrylic with Cold Wax Finish on Canvas over Panel
48"x48
2016
Bluestem # 26
Acrylic with Cold Wax Finish on Canvas over Panel
48"x48"
2016
Bluestem # 25
Acrylic with Cold Wax Finish on Canvas over Panel
36"x36"
2016
Bluestem # 24
Acrylic on Canvas over Panel
72"x72"x3"
2016
Bluestem # 23
Acrylic with Cold Wax Finish on Canvas over Panel
48"x48"
2015
Bluestem # 15
Acrylic on Canvas Over Panel
36"x36"x1.5"
2015
Bluestem 13
Acrylic on Canvas over Birch Panel
36"x48"
2014
Bluestem # 10
Mixed Media on Canvas Over Wood Panel
48"x48"
2012
Bluestem # 07
Acrylic on Canvas Over Panel
48"x24"
2012
Bluestem # 06
Acrylic on Canvas Over Panel
48
2012

Bluestem is a native prairie grass and can be found across the North Texas region where Hill's home and studio are located. Work in the series is produced in several steps. Bluestem is carefully selected for its potential to create impressions in acrylic paint on canvas while exposed to the weather. After weathering, the work is then brought into his studio where forms and patterns are discovered, taped off and painted over. Through a process of adding and subtracting, an under-and-over-painting is created. The result is a unique visual language of contrasting patterns which express reductive forms and space.