Portrait of the Artist: Aimee Hillman

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Portrait of the Artist: Aimee Hillman
The first thing you notice about Aimee Hillman’s (@aimeehillmanart) work is how invariably striking it is. The depth and vibrancy of colour used in her pieces is mesmerising – revealing the artist’s innate appreciation of the power of a bold palette. And, of course, ‘Alpha’ – her new exhibition that opened at our Borough Yards shop in London – is no exception to that rule.
a drawing of a woman with red hair and glasses on top of a pink frame
Portrait of the Artist: Aimee Hillman
The first thing you notice about Aimee Hillman’s (@aimeehillmanart) work is how invariably striking it is. The depth and vibrancy of colour used in her pieces is mesmerising – revealing the artist’s innate appreciation of the power of a bold palette. And, of course, ‘Alpha’ – her new exhibition that opened at our Borough Yards shop in London – is no exception to that rule.
a person holding up a piece of paper with images of people and pies on it
Portrait of the Artist: Aimee Hillman
The first thing you notice about Aimee Hillman’s (@aimeehillmanart) work is how invariably striking it is. The depth and vibrancy of colour used in her pieces is mesmerising – revealing the artist’s innate appreciation of the power of a bold palette. And, of course, ‘Alpha’ – her new exhibition that opened at our Borough Yards shop in London – is no exception to that rule.
this is a drawing of some fruit and vegetables on a table with the words island written in large letters
Portrait of the Artist: Aimee Hillman
The first thing you notice about Aimee Hillman’s (@aimeehillmanart) work is how invariably striking it is. The depth and vibrancy of colour used in her pieces is mesmerising – revealing the artist’s innate appreciation of the power of a bold palette. And, of course, ‘Alpha’ – her new exhibition that opened at our Borough Yards shop in London – is no exception to that rule.
a woman standing in front of a colorful wall wearing an orange and white polka dot suit
Portrait of the Artist: Aimee Hillman
The first thing you notice about Aimee Hillman’s (@aimeehillmanart) work is how invariably striking it is. The depth and vibrancy of colour used in her pieces is mesmerising – revealing the artist’s innate appreciation of the power of a bold palette. And, of course, ‘Alpha’ – her new exhibition that opened at our Borough Yards shop in London – is no exception to that rule.
a pair of scissors sitting on top of a piece of paper next to a drawing
Portrait of the Artist: Aimee Hillman
The first thing you notice about Aimee Hillman’s (@aimeehillmanart) work is how invariably striking it is. The depth and vibrancy of colour used in her pieces is mesmerising – revealing the artist’s innate appreciation of the power of a bold palette. And, of course, ‘Alpha’ – her new exhibition that opened at our Borough Yards shop in London – is no exception to that rule.
The first thing you notice about Aimee Hillman’s (@aimeehillmanart) work is how invariably striking it is. The depth and vibrancy of colour used in her pieces is mesmerising – revealing the artist’s innate appreciation of the power of a bold palette. And, of course, ‘Alpha’ – her new exhibition that opened at our Borough Yards shop in London – is no exception to that rule.
Portrait of the Artist: Aimee Hillman
The first thing you notice about Aimee Hillman’s (@aimeehillmanart) work is how invariably striking it is. The depth and vibrancy of colour used in her pieces is mesmerising – revealing the artist’s innate appreciation of the power of a bold palette. And, of course, ‘Alpha’ – her new exhibition that opened at our Borough Yards shop in London – is no exception to that rule.
this is an image of a painting with flowers and fruit in the background, including watermelon
Portrait of the Artist: Aimee Hillman
The first thing you notice about Aimee Hillman’s (@aimeehillmanart) work is how invariably striking it is. The depth and vibrancy of colour used in her pieces is mesmerising – revealing the artist’s innate appreciation of the power of a bold palette. And, of course, ‘Alpha’ – her new exhibition that opened at our Borough Yards shop in London – is no exception to that rule.
an image of a woman on a racing car with other women and cars in the background
Portrait of the Artist: Aimee Hillman
The first thing you notice about Aimee Hillman’s (@aimeehillmanart) work is how invariably striking it is. The depth and vibrancy of colour used in her pieces is mesmerising – revealing the artist’s innate appreciation of the power of a bold palette. And, of course, ‘Alpha’ – her new exhibition that opened at our Borough Yards shop in London – is no exception to that rule.
a woman sitting at a table in front of an art work
Portrait of the Artist: Aimee Hillman
The first thing you notice about Aimee Hillman’s (@aimeehillmanart) work is how invariably striking it is. The depth and vibrancy of colour used in her pieces is mesmerising – revealing the artist’s innate appreciation of the power of a bold palette. And, of course, ‘Alpha’ – her new exhibition that opened at our Borough Yards shop in London – is no exception to that rule.
a man and woman looking at art on display in a room with paintings hanging on the wall
Portrait of the Artist: Aimee Hillman
The first thing you notice about Aimee Hillman’s (@aimeehillmanart) work is how invariably striking it is. The depth and vibrancy of colour used in her pieces is mesmerising – revealing the artist’s innate appreciation of the power of a bold palette. And, of course, ‘Alpha’ – her new exhibition that opened at our Borough Yards shop in London – is no exception to that rule.