Naughty Blonde Redux

Daphne Hill and Anna Stump are pleased to present their collaborative paintings. Acrylic color and metallics float between layers of epoxy resin on wood panel, creating depth and shifting brilliance. With references to Japanese motifs, Rococo foliage, gilt decoration, and Impressionism, the partners’ influences include Jakuchu, Watteau, O’Keefe, and the light and landscapes of Southern California.

Hill&Stump work together in their studio in the Barrio Logan neighborhood of San Diego, and are represented in Los Angeles by MLA Gallery, and in San Diego by Sparks Gallery and Sergott Contemporary Art Alliance.

The partners also have a lighter side… as Naughty Blonde Redux, their collaborative technique focuses on accessories with a vintage slant, including belt buckles and their famous “Rooster” Rings.