Maddie Rose Hills (b.1993) is an artist living and working in South London. She has exhibited in London, Paris and Barcelona, and undertaken residencies in London and Iceland. Her work is in the British Airways Public Collection as well as private collections in France, Poland and London. 

Hills' work explores time and memory using the medium of paint and found materials to create layers that conceal and reveal existing marks. The paintings, each taking between a month and a number of years to create, often explore perception and memory relating to place; be that a landscape or space that she has spent time in. An interest in the materiality of paint is at the fore of Hills' practice.


2012-2015   BA Drawing and Applied Arts, University of West England, First Class Honours

2011-2012    Art Foundation, Bournemouth Arts University

2006-2011  Bryanston School



Finkernackle X YAP, London

Sprout End of Residency Show, London



The Christmas Show, London

Young Artist Partnership, Buriton

Where You Are Not, Copeland Gallery, London

The Summer Show, Cadogan Contemporary, London



(Solo) The Long Winding Shore, Blue Shop Cottage, London

Young Artist Partnership, London

Emerging Artists, 45 Park Lane, London

The Flying Dutchman x Art Peckham, London



(Solo) Boundaries, Farmacy x Loughran Gallery, London

Female Founders Present, London

Science of Design, Chelsea Harbour, London



(Solo) Maddie Rose Hills x Kit and Ace, London

ReGenerate, YAP, London

Nothing to See Here, Square Gallery, London

Porta Romana x Paris Deco Off, Helene Bailey Gallery, Paris

ONE, Untitled BCN, Barcelona


Where You Are Not, Copeland Gallery, London. Artists: Tess Williams, Florence Sweeney, Tom Pope, Alexander Mourant, Simone Mudde, Katrina Russell Adams, Matilda Little

The Christmas Show, London. Artists: Chica Seal, Fujiko Rose, Ines Fernandes de Cordova, Sophie Nicoll, Rose Electra Harris, Beth Rodway, Georgia Grinter

Artist in Residence

2020 Sprout Artist Residency

2018 Beckenham Place Park Artist in Residence

2016 Wildfjords Artist in Residence


2019 Panel Talk, Chelsea College of Arts. 

2019 Panel Talk, The Christmas Show


Art Plugged, House and Garden, The Resident, Evening Standard, Country and Town House

Selected Online Interviews

Loughran Gallery interview  Loughran Essay  Where You Are Not artist interview  Art Attack: Out of the Wilderness  Gone Missing interview