Alison Hamil is an interdisciplinary artist based out of her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. She has a diverse body of work including murals, graphic design, and paintings in watercolor and acrylic. Most of her work incorporates bold colors, graphic patterns, and symmetry, combined with elements of painterly realism. Nature is a common theme in her work, as well as interconnectivity and spirituality.
Alison earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Georgia State University with a concentration in Drawing and Painting in 2010. She also studied the art of graphic design while she was in school, and now specializes in bridging the gap between design, technology, and traditional drawing and painting.
Hamil has been awarded several public art commissions from the City of Atlanta, and has painted murals in various places across the globe including Nicoya, Costa Rica, and Kefalonia, Greece. She was named Best Emerging Visual Artist in Creative Loafing’s Best of Atlanta 2013, and has exhibited in the Georgia State Capitol, Kibbee Gallery, Mason Murer Gallery, Eyedrum, MOCA GA, and MINT Gallery. In March of 2020, Hamil was commissioned by the Mayor of Brookhaven, GA to paint a pandemic mural containing the phrase, “We Are All Together” alongside Peachtree Road.