Learn More About Jill

Jill Natasha Parker-Trotter resides on the south side of Chicago. She earned a BSAE from Chicago State University in 1971.

Retired, Jill has 35 years of teaching experience with the Chicago Board of Education.

Jill has a long history of Commissions, with her works on display at places such as the District Fire Station, located at 4001 W. West End Avenue, in Chicago; the Steven’s Gallery, in the Chicago Hilton and Towers; the  DuSable Museum; Chicago State University;  and the University of Minnesota Hospitals.

Jill’s art is also housed in over 16 private collections across the United States. Jill has participated in exhibits since the late 1960’s. Most recently, her works were on display, along with eight other artists, at the 2010 “Alumini Show,” at Chicago State University.

When Jill is not creating artwork, she can be found “shopping till she drops”!

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