JIM HILL BIO
JIM HILL BIO
In his poverty-stricken days as a youth
in the inner city of New York, Jim could not afford art supplies. Out of necessity,
he created his own palette of colors consisting of recycled paper materials.
He uses the different colors from pictures and print ads cut into small pieces
to create the palette for his
Jim was listed in Who’s Who in America in 1994-95 as an Outstanding Educator and was cited in newspapers and on television for his contributions and work with the homeless and underprivileged.
Jim was honored by the United Nations for his, anti-Apartheid poster. He won first place in the prestigious Weeksville Art Contest, and was feted and praised by Omega Psi Phi fraternity for his dedication to expanding educational and career opportunities for young people in the advertising community.
As a mentor to countless youths
in disadvantaged areas around
the inner City of New York,
I felt I was representing the wrong image.
The bottom line, I left modeling because
I was representing beer, booze and cigarettes
on billboards around the world.
VIDEO JIM HILL BIOGRAPHY
Jim Hill’s Mosaic Master-Pieces will soon be introduced
to prestigious galleries and museum shops internationally.
Jim’s original works of art are priced from $3,000 to $50,000.
His color and black and white art print reproductions
of the originals are priced from $50 to $1000.
The net proceeds from the sales of the
Jim Hill Mosaic Master-Pieces Collection
help to support his contributions to provide
shelter and aid for the homeless.