Tucker Hill's Monotypes on exhibit

Exhibit at Ferrum College 
October 15th through November 11, 2001

From the fall of 2001 through the end of 2003, a 29-print exhibit, Mountains, Valleys and Crossroads, the Monotypes of Tucker Hill, toured museums in Virginia, through the sponsorship of The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond. To see all the prints from this exhibit, See Tucker Hill  Prints on MSN Community of PrintMakers

Two of the sites which hosted the exhibit were Ferrum College, 30 miles south of Roanoke and Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, Virginia.

The Middle Street Gallery, Washington, Virginia
Hill is an artist member of The Middle Street Gallery, an artists' cooperative in Washington, Virginia, located next to The Inn at Little Washington, and is represented in monthly shows at MSG's Members' Gallery. Visit the Middle Street Gallery Website here.


Tucker Hill's monotypes may also be viewed year round at a gallery located at the private home of Bob and Kathy Miller in Madison County, Virginia. Please contact THill@firstva.com or phone (540) 923-4024 for an appointment.
Bob and Kathy Miller at their permanent Gallery
of Hill's prints, located in Madison, Virginia


  • Examples of Tucker Hill's Work 
  • How Hill Makes Images
  • What is a Monotype?
  • Background of the Artist
  • Why Artists Use Monotype
  • Monotypes on Exhibit 
  • The Images of Tucker Hill
  • See Tucker Hill  Prints on MSN Community of PrintMakers
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