Hil Scott

Hil Scott started to work with photographs, using photo etching, combined with more traditional printmaking and drawing methods, as her medium. She is now beginning to move into making more mono prints and collages, using the above methods, combining with digital printing and has started to use solar etching and water based inks.

Her subject is the changing face of London, the demolition of buildings and the rebuilding of new, the movement of people through the city and the oddities of detail and reflection and strange corners that occur in a large city.

  • Hil Scott, Eye above tree, Painted etching, Edition of 1, 12x13.5 cm, Framed: £165, Unframed: £125, 2015
    Hil Scott, Eye above tree, Painted etching, Edition of 1, 12x13.5 cm, Framed: £165, Unframed: £125, 2015
  • Hil Scott, Zigzag Reflections, Tetra Pak colour intaglio, Edition of 1, 21x 30cm, 2018
    Hil Scott, Zigzag Reflections, Tetra Pak colour intaglio, Edition of 1, 21x 30cm, 2018
  • Hil Scott, Eye with Hayward and Gormley man, Etching, Edition of 25, 34.5x36.5 cm, Framed: £165, Unframed: £115, 2008
    Hil Scott, Eye with Hayward and Gormley man, Etching, Edition of 25, 34.5x36.5 cm, Framed: £165, Unframed: £115, 2008
Next at the Affordable Art Fair: Hampstead, November 2020.