Hillary Osborn, a full time artist, lives in Falmouth, Massachusetts. Her recent exhibitions include invitational shows at Historic Highfield Hall in Falmouth and the Senate Lobby of the Boston State House, an exhibit in honor of Senate President Therese Murray. In 2016 she served as a panelist at the art conference “Mastering Your Mark” in Hyannis and received an award from Plein Air Salon Magazine for Best Nocturne. She holds an MFA from UNCG Greensboro NC and attended the New York Studio School of Drawing and Painting. She currently teaches oil painting classes and gives lectures on art. Primarily a plein air landscape and still life painter, Hillary is an artist member of the Copley Society in Boston and has exhibited her work in New York City, California, Boston and Provincetown. Her work has been described as using distinctive compositions, saturated colors with confident brushwork.