The Pandemic Portraits Catalog – Order Now!
Posted Dec 16, 2021
“A single death is a tragedy; a million deaths are a statistic.”
The Pandemic Portraits Series (2020-present) visually chronicles the Covid-19 pandemic that has upended global populations for more than two years. An artifact of our times, the catalog contains one hundred and five sensitively rendered portraits from the series drawn by award-winning artist Nicholas Hill. The catalog, designed by Jacob Strous, also includes a reflective essay by Janice Glowski, PhD and commemorative poem by Terry Hermsen, PhD.
One hundred Limited Edition copies that include an original print by the artist are also available.
Proceeds from all sales support The Frank Museum of Art and Artist Residency Programs at Otterbein University.
A 2017 Guggenheim Fellow, Nicholas Hill received the BFA degree from Michigan State University and the MA and MFA degrees from The University of Iowa. He has exhibited his work in over 150 international and national exhibitions, has been awarded numerous international artist residencies, and has curated numerous exhibitions of work by international and national artists. He has had an extensive teaching career, having taught at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh, Bethany College, Union College, and is Professor Emeritus at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio. The Pandemic Portraits ongoing series was begun in 2020 and continues.