Camera Shy Photograms by William T. Hillman

Affirmation Arts is pleased to present photograms by artist and collector WilliamT. Hillman.

The show will be up April 2nd through April 21st.

Tender Then Brittle Now, 2000, 77 x 141 inches, toned gelatin silver photogram

As You Wish, 2000, 77 x 141 inches, toned gelatin silver photogram

Rhapsody, 2000, 77 x 141 inches, toned gelatin silver photogram

Prince, 2003, 71 x 48 inches, cibachrome photogram

Private Epiphany 7, 2005, 36 x 47 inches, cibachrome photogram


Affirmation Arts is proud to host the first public presentation of select images from Mr. Hillman's long term-exploration of the photogram technique.

The main gallery will host large-scale black and white photograms which measure a commanding six and a half by twelve feet. These three-panel toned gelatin silver photograms are bold in their construction, the forceful compositions brought to life by the fine detail and delicate tones recorded by the photogram technique.

The third floor will display later color works using cibachrome materials to make rich painterly abstractions.

Trained as a painter and academic, William T. Hillman studied landscape painting at the Lacoste School of the Arts in France and portraiture and anatomy at the Art Students League in New York City. He recieved his BA in Art History and Visual Arts from Princeton University and an MBA from Columbia University.

Hillman’s work is represented in the collections of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York as well as many private collections.

April 2nd - April 20th

Opening Reception
Thursday April 2, 2015
6-8 P.M.

For further information about the artist visit