James Hillman (British, b.1992. Lives and works in Italy) is an English artist whose work presents a constant experimentation of the material form. In his paintings, go through a process of layering, de-layering and eroding until an image appears. His sculptural motifs present historic symbolism, from the imagery of the circle, cross, and palm. Its resulting effect is used to disorder, re-contextualise and imbue them with new meaning. In that sense it is an opposite and complimentary process to the one of the paintings. Some of his most recent exhibitions are AURORA, CultRise, Roma, (2017), Impermanent Indelible, LAMB Arts, London, (2015), Grdn Garden Jrdn, The North Wall, Oxford (2012), Sculpture in the Garden for Marie Curie, West Harting (2014).