Fusion on one hand. Rootedness on the other. Sabina Hill’s designs are a dialogue between Canadian First Nation artists and her personal aesthetic of place. Collaborating with indigenous artists, Hill translates the visual language of the Northwest Coast art tradition into the laser-cut clarity of museum-quality contemporary furniture and art. Her limited edition works reflect an enduring legacy of exchange and cross-fertilization between artists.
Hill’s work is held in the permanent collections of the Royal Ontario Museum, in Toronto; The University of British Columbia, in Vancouver; Canada House High Commission, in Trafalgar Square, London; and the Canadian Joint Delegation to NATO, in Brussels.