Cannon Dill’s paintings combine colorful abstractions, playful forms and bold elements of design. The artist’s work explores ways of working with heavily textural material and layered surfaces. Dill draws influence from traditional folk art to create narratives from imagery that is easy to comprehend.
Cannon Dill was born in the United States in 1991 and was raised in the Bay Area of California.
Group exhibitions of Dill’s work include: Strange Wildflowers at Pt.2: Gallery in Oakland, California (2022); The Song That Kissed The Garden at Pt.2: Gallery in Oakland, California (2020); Sun Sick at Pt.2: Gallery in Oakland, California (2019); and DIM at Pt. 2: Gallery in Oakland, California (2018).
Group exhibitions that have shown Dill’s work include: Curios at PIERMARQ* in Sydney, Australia (2021); Divergent Motion at Delphian Gallery in London, UK (2019); Harpy Gallery in Rutherford, New Jersey (2018); Coffee for Eight at Pt. 2: Gallery in Oakland, California (2018).
Dill lives and works in Los Angeles, California.