Artist Jim Hill showcases his ‘Mosaic Master-Pieces’ collection in Atlanta

Shaine Smith (Former NFL Athlete), Jim Hill (Mosaic Artist), and Antonio Eldermire (Former NFL Athlete)

Jim Hill, a winner of the United Nations Humanitarian of the Year Award Winner, continues to inspire with his work as an artist, educator and philanthropist. Hill recently brought his Mosaic Master-Pieces collection to Atlanta in honor of Black History Month. 

The month-long exhibit launched at the Douglas Stratton Photography Studio with great success. Along with showcasing his art, Hill also introduced his new art book Historical Blues – 100 Stories and 100 Pictures. 

The opening celebration included live jazz courtesy of renowned saxophonist Eric Thomas and Elevate the Quest. Jamia Tucker (Niece of Comedian Chris Tucker) sung as Hill unveiled the finale piece of his collection “The After Church BBQ.”

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