Art Above SD Exhibiting Artists: Hill & Stump, Marshall Vanderhoof


Marshall Vanderhoof is a fine art urban/landscape photographer based out of San Diego, CA. While Marshall shoots at many different locations, he is most excited while shooting in the Southern California/San Diego area. His hope is to evoke emotion and provide inspiration through his photography. Whatever the future holds for Marshall, he expects that photography will be a part of the journey.  He earned a Certificate of Photography from San Diego City College, and has won multiple awards in photography.


"Cherry Branch Triptych", mixed media on panel, 10" x 26"

"Cherry Branch Triptych", mixed media on panel, 10" x 26"

Daphne Hill and Anna Stump are pleased to present their collaborative paintings. Acrylic color and metallics float between layers of epoxy resin, creating depth and shifting brilliance, with references to Japanese motifs, Rococo foliage, gilt decoration, and Impressionist movement. 

Hill&Stump work together in their studio in San Diego, and are represented in Los Angeles by MLA Gallery, and in San Diego by Sonya Sparks Gallery. Ms. Hill earned her MFA from Claremont Graduate University. Ms. Stump, a Senior Fulbright Scholar, earned her MFA at San Diego State University. Both artists teach studio and art history courses in the San Diego Community and the Grossmont/Cuyamaca College Districts.

Hill&Stump share a studio in Barrio Logan with Marshall Vanderhoof Photography.

Hill, Stump, and Vanderhoof will be exhibiting at Art Above San Diego on Saturday March 15, from 2-8pm on the rooftop of the Porto Vista Hotel.

The Porto Vista Hotel is located on 1835 Columbia Street in Little Italy of San Diego.

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