over the past thirty years, garry hill's original paintings, prints and designs have
appeared within the most respected areas of the sport, from board rooms
and suites to race car paint designs on the track.
as an artist working only with racing subjects, garry has created
paintings for the motorsports community at the corporate level as well as
for private collectors. many of these works have been published as
limited edition fine art prints and have been available in over 70 galleries
internationally. his art has been featured on television, radio and
in major racing publications.
sprint communications, international speedway corporation, general motors
and other corporate entities have used garry hillâs work extensively. he has produced paintings for race
program cover art at dover downs international speedway, watkins glen
international, richmond international raceway, martinsville speedway, bristol motor speedway and atlanta
motor speedway. his work is displayed in the stock car racing museum at
darlington raceway, the daytona international speedway
and lowe's motor speedway's "the speedway club" and the international motorsports hall of fame.
garry hill is creating and publishing two special limited edition fine
art print series. the "great moments in racing" series
documents the history of nascar racing, and "the all-star"
series focuses on the annual sprint all-star race.
several of these editions are available personally autographed by such racing
greats as richard petty, dale earnhardt, bill elliott, jeff gordon, dale
jarrett, junior johnson, bobby and davey allison, and many more. hill was the first artist to introduce
signed and numbered fine art prints to nascar racing and the first to
publish driver signed print editions.
hill and his wife pam reside at lake norman in
mooresville, north carolina.
at the indianapolis motor speedway researching the "brickyard thunder"
print project for chevrolet.