Art On the Hill featuring Victoria Rose Martin

“For me, the making of art is a spiritual thing. While sculpting I zone out and it’s as if I make a connection to another place and time. In the small faces I can see members…

Amanda Jo Williams On The Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

I got an email some time earlier this year from someone that runs a label in L.A. This person said she had an artist that she’d like to have do an On the Hill. She sent…

Art On the Hill featuring Keith Greiman

Keith Warren Greiman lives and works in Philadelphia, PA. Greiman’s paintings, prints and drawings focus on humans as conduits of the gritty, vibrant energy that propels our day to day living. His bright and animated images…

Joe D’Amico On The Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

Joe D’Amico… I don’t think I could think of a more appropriate name for this guy. In fact, his band is comprised of such friendly folk as Joe, and guess what: they can all play their…

Art On the Hill featuring Kelly Puissegur

  “My paintings are little appreciations for found objects, plants, animals, people who inspire me, family, music, shapes, textures, and what ever else pops into my head. I change mediums frequently because I get bored easily…

Brad Hinton On The Hill at Kettle Pot Tracks

I’ve yet to meet someone that isn’t excited to tell me that Brad Hinton is a great guy and a true talent. In fact, I’d heard so much positive about him that I began to suspect…

Art On the Hill featuring Alison Dilworth

I make things.  I’m not sure how to be in the world otherwise.  My art studio is a jumble of manual typewriters, animal bone, paint, books, weird shit I hang from the ceiling (fiberglass legs/paper flowers…

Attia Taylor On The Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

I learned the name Attia Taylor in a most two-dimensional fashion: from a sticker. Well, I reckon that there was some curvature formed by the coffee mug upon which the sticker was affixed, but I (nearly)…

Art On the Hill: featuring Amanda Jo Williams

Amanda Jo Williams is a compelling and unique musician, and her drawings assert themselves in much the same way. At first glance they might give an illusion of simplicity and whimsy, but—similar to her critically-lauded songs—there…