In "Urban Foraging," San Francisco artist Hilary Williams showcases her colorful screen prints of San Francisco and urban landscapes. Also on display are her dolls and paintings. She works with fabrics creating unique handmade dolls and uses acrylic, fabric and screens to create layered mixed media paintings. This show, full of collage, color, humor, irony and melancholy, is an en-joyable new world. She has created a special NOPA District print for this show.
About the artist: Hilary is a Bay Area native who grew up in the East Bay and received her BFA in printmaking from CCA. She now lives and works as an artist in San Francisco creating screen prints, paintings and dolls.
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