"I can say without question that Siris Hill comfortably sits within the upper echelons of the best and brightest talent within the contemporary art world"

Tina Ziegler - Director, Moniker Art Fair

“On the way to world recognition. Staggering work”

BBC Look East

“Fascinating and engaging works. Utilising contemporary technology for a historical aesthetic”

Penelope Hines - Curator

“Siris has the potent combination of sublime talent with a relentless drive to succeed.”

Mark Anscombe - The Perspective project 


2019 The Art & Antiques Fair - Olympia London

2019 Moniker Art Fair - Broadway, New York

2018 Art of the Mind - Rethink Mental Illness The Forum, Norwich

2018 Oppression: The Artist’s Speak - St James’ Court, Norwich

2017 Absence - Nunns Yard - Norwich

2016 Urban Structures - The Playhouse, Norwich



2018 Art of the Mind - Rethink Mental Illness The Forum, Norwich

2017 Absence - Nunns Yard - Norwich


Media Coverage

2019 BBC Look East (click here to watch)

2019 Moniker Art Fair Film (click here to watch)

2019 Moniker Art Fair Press Release

2019 EDP Article, Print and Web

2018 ITV Anglia (click here to watch) 


2016 - 2018 BA Fine Art - Norwich University of the Arts

2014 - 2016 BA Games Art and Design - Norwich University of the Arts

Artist Statement:

Many people live silently with their mental health, with few understanding the impact it can have. My work visually describes the effects that mental health and psychological conditions can have on an individual. My practice reflects my own realities of living with trauma and mental illness as I investigate the social obstructions and the loss of identity that my illness presents. Painting acts as my therapy, allowing me to escape the stream of anxiety and negative thoughts that I am plagued with.


Unable to work around the fumes of oil paint, I have undertaken digital painting techniques, using a graphics tablet whilst studying the techniques of 17th century artists. Combining traditional techniques with contemporary innovation, I bring the work to life through a bespoke lightbox design; the work is printed onto an acrylic panel, backlit by an LED box and framed ready to display.


The final stage is sharing the work publicly. It is hoped that through the audience’s engagement with the work, others will have a greater understanding of the impact that mental illness has upon individuals. My overall goal is to challenge perceptions of mental illness, reduce stigma and start new conversations about mental health.

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