My works are heavily influenced by architecture and nature. I believe that both nature and architecture are intertwined.  I love the details and believe that’s part of the narrative in my works. I seek out subject matters that have light, color, and, texture to show the beauty of how I perceive the world.

My paintings tell the stories of my journeys through life. I will stop take a photo, and then translate what I perceive and tell it through paint. I want to take the viewer with me through my journey in life, and hope they will enjoy my story, if it be beautiful and scenic, or hard and gritty.

 

 

F & M Building

12 x 12 Acrylic on board $675

View from the Breakers

12 x 12 Acrylic on board $675

Ptown Clock Tower

12 x 12 Acrylic on board $675

Ptown Sunset

12 x 12 Acrylic on board $675

Perrys in Ptown

12 x 12 Acrylic on board $675

HIWAY

20 x 20 acrylic framed $1,200

Lewes Church

12 x 12 acrylic framed $400

Summer On Center Steet

30 x 30 acrylic framed $1,300

77a

30 x 40 acrylic framed $1,400

WaterLilies

48 x 38 acrylic framed $1,200

Sweet Dreams

18 x 24 watercolor framed $1,000 Awarded honorable mention in the show Details at the Chester County Art Association

Train Station I

18 x 12 Watercolor framed $1,150

Train Station II

Watercolor 24 x 18 framed $1,200

The Foundry

24 x 18 watercolor framed $1,2500

Path of Tears

24 x 18 watercolor framed $1,100

Memories

18 x 21 watercolor Framed $1,200

Reflection

sold

Spring Garden

sold

Snowy Day at Terrain

sold

Hipster Maxi

20 x 20 acrylic (sold)

Kayaking

6 x 6 acrylic (sold)

Church Ave

6 x 6 acrylic (sold)

Church on Church

County Collectors piece for the 2016 Chester County Studio Tour. $75 (sold)

Iris (SOLD)

24 x 18 watercolor (sold)

Breakers Vantage

30 x 40 acrylic (sold)

DALIA (SOLD)

6 x6 mini acrylic (sold)

Train Station III

24 x 18 watercolor (sold)

Mom and Me

Watercolor (Not For Sale)

Copper Buddha (

(sold)

Fall

© 2020 Michael Riley-Hill Art

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