Hilary Dufour is a San Diego based multidisciplinary artist. She received her BFA in Studio Art and Art History from UC Davis. She also received her Master's Degree in Geographic Information Systems Technology (GIST) from University of Arizona and works full-time as a GIS Analyst.

The natural world and the intricate relationships within ecosystems are a constant source of inspiration for her art. She studies flora and fauna to weave together their color, form and texture, often juxtaposed with the human figure - displaying the interconnectedness of all living things. Additionally, she enjoys using photography as a medium to capture moments that can be saved forever, whether posed or candid. With her photography and figure art, she strives to capture an individual's natural beauty and uniqueness and help them feel empowered. With her representations of flora and fauna, she hopes to inspire a greater appreciation for our diverse planet.

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