Jill explores a wide range of techniques in her paintings, drawings, videos and site-specific works. Her work examines mark-making as it pertains to social, geographical, and anthropological patterns and exposes the temporal and transient nature of these systems.
Jill’s work has been exhibited at the national level, most recently at the University Art Gallery in Terre Haute, Indiana; the Long Beach Foundation of the Arts in Loveladies, New Jersey; the 621 Gallery in Tallahassee, Florida; and solo exhibitions at Company Gallery in Syracuse, New York, and Riverviews Art Space in Lynchburg, Virginia.
- M.F.A., Syracuse University (painting)
- B.F.A., University of Montana-Missoula (painting)
- B.A., University of Montana-Missoula (anthropology)