Interview - Sherry Tseng Hill

Sherry Tseng Hill was born in Taiwan. She moved to Houston with her family at the end of 1970. Six years later, she entered Rice University to pursue her studies. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art and Architecture, as well as a Bachelor of Architecture degree. She is an artist and practicing architect, and maintains wide-ranging interest in the fields of mathematics, science, and literature. She is particularly interested in matters related to the cosmos. She has owned her own architecture practice, "Sherry Tseng Hill Architects" since 1994 and for the last 5 years, she and her husband, Howard Hill, have practiced together doing light commercial and residential projects. She is also president of "Hill & Swart Architects" through which the firm specializes in institutional projects. She worked for I.M. Pei in New York City during a one-year preceptorship; since then, she has pursued her career in Houston. Sherry is actively engaged in the Houston arts community, through organizations such as the Archway Gallery and the Visual Arts Alliance. She was a member of Watercolor Art Society-Houston, National Watercolor Society, and American Institute of Architects. She has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Houston and appears frequently in local newspapers such as the Houston Chronicle, Houston Art Tribe, and Arts Insight, among others. Her artworks reside in private homes, offices and the City of Houston civic art collection. Sherry lives and works in Houston, TX.

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