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REACH: Sara Pittman

October 6, 2017

REACH, a solo exhibition featuring the latest and largest

series of abstract paintings by artist Sara Pittman.

REACH will be on display at Mitchell Hill throughout the month of October.






All Talk

36 x 48

mixed media on canvas



Be Kind, Self

20 x 20

mixed media




72 x 96

mixed media on canvas




72 x 48

mixed media on canvas



Mind Talks Back

72 x 48

mixed media on canvas



My Own Hymn

36 x 48

mixed media on panel




60 x 72

mixed media on canvas



Strange Attraction

60 x 84

mixed media on canvas



Talking Head II

30 x 40

mixed media on canvas



The Great Triumph

36 x 96

mixed media on canvas



Through the Fog

72 x 96

mixed media on canvas



To Feel Again

72 x 72

mixed media on canvas



To the Beat

60 x 84

mixed media on canvas



To the Beat II

30 x 48

mixed media on canvas










Mitchell Hill Collection

September 25, 2015

Many wonderful things have been happening since our transition to Mitchell Hill last April. One of the many facets of our expansion is the unveiling of The Mitchell Hill Collection, a series of lighting and furniture pieces designed by our very own Tyler Hill! In March 2016 we will have a collection event, with multiple new, exciting designs gracing the showroom floor. Until then check out Miranda, Rhett, Coleman, and other bespoke designs below. 

Pieces from The Mitchell Hill Collection are available online at shopmitchellhill.com

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Click the above image to view the complete Mitchell Hill Collection. 

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(This piece is currently in the window of our Mitchell Hill Gallery showroom!)

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(This piece is currently hanging on the back wall of our Mitchell Hill Gallery showroom!)



“If we can’t find the right product, we will create something specifically tailored to them… Inspiration is everywhere.”

  -Tyler Hill


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Abstraction / Divergence

September 11, 2015




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On Friday, September 18, 2015 we will be celebrating the opening of ABSTRACTION/DIVERGENCE.  Join us from 6-8pm next Friday or throughout the month long exhibit to experience these two new series.

Leeke was awarded a grant by the Charleston Scientific and Cultural Education Fund to produce a traveling exhibition entitled: View from Under the Microscope: Scientific Learning Through Art. Abstraction showcases a portion of this series of digital paintings and Leeke hopes to educate viewers of the importance of Phytoplankton in our waterways. Phytoplankton is a vital element in our ecosystems. To learn more about its importance, check out the sites below:





“The works in Abstraction are digital mixed media created on the computer from images I photographed with a Nikon Camera.

I then transformed them into original works of art output on photographic paper. “ -Alicia Leeke

Oedogonium painting (1)


Lyngbya painting FINAL 72 (1)

Click on any of the images above to read Leeke’s bio and to view more of her work available at Mitchell Hill Gallery. 

Interested in learning more about Phytoplankton and its importance in our waterways?

Click the “grass of the sea” below to learn more from the United States Environmental Protection Agency.



While earning his BFA degree at Carnegie Mellon University, Potocki spent a summer studying in Rome, and also did design work for Westinghouse, Mellon Bank and US Steel. After graduating, Tom moved to New York City and was involved with the Pop Art movement, and produced the first “Happening” at Fire Island off Long Island. He then spent a year in Greece with a studio on the Island of Hydra. Upon returning to the US, Tom earned his MFA degree from  Edinboro University and began a college teaching career, and was a founding member of the Northwestern PA Artists’ Association. During this time he continued to explore and develop his own vision through drawing, painting, sculpture and photography. His eclectic style has been described as having the look of refined graffiti – a style that grew out of a combination of his neoclassical training and involvement with the Abstract and Pop Art movements of his time.

 “In the Divergence series, each painting is a step along the way 

in my journey to discover how far I can push the creative process.”   -Tom Potocki

Magenta Burst

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Floral Brust 32x40

 Click on any of the images above to read Potocki’s bio and to view more of his work available at Mitchell Hill Gallery. 

We hope to see you at Abstraction / Divergence Opening Reception on September 18 from 6-8PM !


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Water: Lifestyle and Inspiration

August 20, 2015


Paddleboarding through Shem Creek?

photo credit: coastalexpeditions.com


Surfing out on Folly’s washout?

photo credit: follywahine.org


Splashing in the fountain at Waterfront Park?

photo credit: mollyonthemove.com

Three of Mitchell Hill’s artists, Hirona Matsuda, Lisa Shimko, and Trever Webster, are #drawntowater and will be displaying their fascination with the aquatic in their exhibit opening Friday, August 28 from 6-9PM. “Drawn to Water” will be exhibiting through September 13.

Matsuda finds delight in using objects that others have deemed useless. She repurposes them in a way that directs the viewers attention to their aesthetic value, rather than their initial meaning.

Matsuda will introduce new aquascape assemblages during “Drawn to Water” and will include live plants, found trinkets, and movement.

Click image below (photo credit: charlestonsupportedart.com) to learn more about Hirona and her assemblages.


Lisa Shimko releases the need for a cognitive/coherent harnessing of an idea and lets the irrational nature of daydreaming be her creative guide.

She invites us to dive into her whimsical sealife and water inspired paintings during the exhibit.

Click image below (photo credit: charlestonsupportedart.com) to learn more about Lisa. 


Trever Webster’s mixed media work challenges viewers to decode his seemingly-random, numerical explosions and intricate compositions.

Trever will continue the illustrious story he began prior to 2013 with seascapes, pirate escapades during the exhibit.

Click image below (photo credit: Instagram @webslice) to learn more about Trever. 

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To view these artists’ other works available at Mitchell Hill and to read their complete bios , visit us at:  mitchellhillinc.com/artists/

We hope to see you at the “Drawn to Water” opening reception on Friday, August 28, 2015 from 6-9PM!

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