Janet Loren Hill is a New York City-based artist, educator, and Co-Director of BOSSCRITT, a critique and curatorial community that offers support, collaboration, and opportunities to emerging artists. Hill received an MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and a BFA from the University of Washington, where she also studied in Rome, Italy as part of the University’s studio art program. She has exhibited at numerous galleries nationally, including Field Projects Gallery (NY, NY), Blindfold Gallery (Seattle, WA) and Abigail Oglivy Gallery (Boston, MA), and has participated in multiple residencies internationally, including Vermont Studio Center, Wassaic Project, McColl Center for Art + Innovation, Beijing Royal School and The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (EFA) Studio Program. Hill’s work has been recognized in The Boston Globe, Boston Art Review, Big Red & Shiny and The Rib. In 2017, Hill was featured in the MFA Annual Edition of New American Paintings by Elisabeth Sherman, Assistant Curator at the Whitney Museum of Art.
Janet Loren Hill
Jun 7 — Aug 3 2021
Currently Based Utica, New York