Blair Saxon-Hill

Born 1979, Eugene, OR. Lives and works in Los Angeles.



Working across mediums, Blair Saxon-Hill creates figurative assemblages that are pedestrian and raw, turning the viewer to a visceral material world of paint and matter to register current cultural and political realities. Saxon-Hill has been awarded fellowships from the Joan Mitchell Foundation, the Oregon Arts Commission, and the Ford Family Foundation. Her work has been exhibited in the 2021 New Museum Triennial (NY), at Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles,  JOAN, Los Angeles, VENUS Over Los Angeles, Maccarone LA, the Hallie Ford Museum, Disjecta and Artist Curated Projects. Saxon-Hill's work has been reviewed in numerous arts’ publications and her two recent solo exhibitions received ArtForum Critics’ Picks. She is represented by Nino Mier Gallery.