Art

As a self-taught emerging artist, my work in oils is reflective of architecture, flora, landscape and street scenes that I’ve photographed in my travels, especially during a trip to Ireland. Drawing inspiration and direction from my photographs, I trained myself to “see what I’m looking at.” By breaking down an image into shadows, light, movement, and color, I discovered the ability to breathe life into something of one dimension. I especially enjoy isolating an up-close perspective on flowers, whose patterns and complexities continue to amaze and delight – nature’s formula for the creation of something unique, imperfect and random.

With no formal training, other than an extensive undergraduate art history education at Hofstra University, I began painting in late 2017 upon receiving a gift of an easel and art supplies from my father, who paints as well. He knew I had it in me and now it was my turn to create.

2018 Exhibitions :

  • “Powerscourt Steps” oil on canvas featured in The Art Guild’s of Port Washington “Casting Shadows” exhibition – October 2018
  • Featured “Artist of the Month” at Book Revue, Huntington, NY.  The show included five limited-edition giclée prints – October 2018

Oil on canvas images available in limited edition Giclée prints on museum-quality archival paper.  Hillary@HillarySerotaNeedleArt.com for inquiries.  FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM