Hilary J England 2011

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New Artworks by Contemporary American artist, Hilary J. England

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Hilary J. England Current Works 2011:

Hilary J. England Current Works 2011 Contemporary American Artist

“August’s End”:

“August’s End” Oil on canvas, 40” x 40” x 2”, 2011

“Summer picnic in Pennsylvania”:

“Summer picnic in Pennsylvania” Oil on canvas, 36” x 48” x 2”, 2011

“Bad Girlz”:

“Bad Girlz ” Oil on Hardwood panel: 18” x 24” x 2” 2011

“Uncle”:

“Uncle” Oil on canvas, 24” x 30” x 2”, 2011

“Pain in the A$$”:

“Pain in the A$$” Oil on hardwood panel, 16” x 20” x 2”, 2011

“La familia on a lazy Spring Saturday”:

“La familia on a lazy Spring Saturday” Oil on canvas, 26” x 30” x 3”, 2011

“Tough Call”:

“Tough Call” Pastel on hardwood panel, 12” x 16” , 2011

“Beltzville ball game”:

“ Beltzville ball game” Pastel on hardwood panel, 18” x 24” , 2011

“Misbehaved”:

“Misbehaved” Oil on hardwood panel, 18” x 24” x 2” , 2011

“A brave new world”:

“A brave new world” Oil on canvas, 24” x 30” x 2” , 2011

“The Thinkers”:

“The Thinkers” Oil on hardwood panel, 18” x 24” x 2”, 2011

“The Kiss (eyes wide open)”:

“The Kiss (eyes wide open)” Oil on hardwood panel, 16” x 20” x 2”, 2011

“Alejandro on a swiftly tilting planet”:

“Alejandro on a swiftly tilting planet” Oil on hardwood panel: 18” x 24” x 2” 2011

About the artist::

About the artist: Hilary J. England was born in Brooklyn, New York City, USA, and has studied painting and drawing at the Art Students League of New York since 1991. She has since exhibited at various galleries in New York, across the USA and throughout Europe, and is collected internationally. Her present body of work explores the transition of contemporary youth into adulthood, and the spectrum of emotion and issues involved with that shift. “ In the examination of this subject, I am addressing the effects of single parenthood and poverty on young adults and children in rural America. The teens/young adults in these paintings are all products of single parent families, and have struggled with the complications associated with that. They suffer from issues that are exclusive to them alone due to their circumstances, yet they also share universal ‘coming of age’ concerns that are common to all people and cultures. I use bold palette, naïve approach to color, line, and skewed perspective to attempt to show the alienation and confusion between traditional childhood values we espouse as a society, and the new marginalized norm and divide they are actually experiencing.” www.hilaryjengland.com contact email: [email protected] Music courtesy of Thom Yorke , “Hearing Damaged”

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