Rob Hill is a geometric abstract painter born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. Hill is currently living in Denver, Colorado, and is attending California College of the Arts to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts Painting. Precise line work is present throughout many of his creative works, and the color inspiration is drawn from sports teams, 90’s television programs such as Martin, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, In Living Color, etc. Hill’s inspiration is reminiscent of pioneers like Frank Stella, Jackson Pollock, Mark Bradford, and Carmen Herrera. Hill’s systematic approach to art is heavily influenced by the eight years of military service with the U.S. Coast Guard. The patterns are inspired by global travel and life experiences. While in the Coast Guard, Hill traveled around the world, which gave him an affinity for patterns and color. Hill’s admiration for geometric shapes can be linked to historic Egyptian architecture, painting, and visual culture. Over time, Hill has applied his geometric aesthetic off the canvas and onto fashion such as denim and leather, but also glass, wood, marble, and metal. Hill has also been creating public art projects for the past seven years, and they have been painted on basketball courts, buildings, stores, youth centers, and canvases. Hill considers himself an artist with deep roots in his community and aims to unify people from diverse backgrounds through the power of art.