Hilary Winfield is an innovative, contemporary fine artist, creating from both intuition and from the energy and inspiration that she absorbs from the world around her. Originally from Washington, North Carolina, she relocated to Portland, Oregon approximately eleven years ago, awed by the amazing beauty of the Pacific Northwest.

Winfield’s art is collected both domestically and internationally and lends a refreshing and energizing vitality while simultaneously portraying great depth and balance. The American Art Awards have honored Winfield with a first place award in the Abstract Art category during 2011 and 2012 as well as first place in the Asian Art category during 2011 and second place in the Abstract Art category during 2012. A painting from Winfield’s popular Lithosphere Series is part of the permanent collection in the Rochester Museum of Fine Art.

Winfield derives inspiration from the elements of the environment and from nature, including many unique aspects; weather, rusting metal, aging wood, water, dilapidated buildings, peeling paint, stones and rocks, the city lights at night. She notices magic everywhere, often in unanticipated places; from the surface of a body of water to the rustic, industrial warehouse floor of a manufacturing facility. The creative process for Winfield involves experimenting with various mediums and methods of infusing texture, iridescence and illumination into her work.

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