Junior Artist at Loon Country Arts
Brennen Hill Artist Bio Brennen Hill is a teenager who lives in Bemidji with his family. When not in school, he spends most of his time helping his parents with their Greenhouse and Custom Sprinkler businesses. He also spends time helping his grandparents on their farm south of Bemidji.
In his spare time, Brennen likes to hunt, fish, compete in Tae Kwon Do, and help rebuild old airplanes. He has been volunteering with The Nature Connection developing the knowledge and skills to work with a variety of birds of prey since he was 10 years old. He is also volunteering at the Headwaters Science Center working with their birds of prey.
Brennen also loves to draw and take photographs. He started with graphite drawing and is now venturing into other mediums such as colored pencil, watercolor and acrylic, but graphite is still his favorite.
Brennen says he been drawing for as long as he can remember, and has always enjoyed drawing what he sees when he is outdoors. He started with Graphite, mainly because it’s something you can do anywhere, and all you need is a pencil and paper.
Brennen has started experimenting with different mediums. Adding color is something that has started to intrigue him. Since discovering photography, he found that he likes to use his own pictures as reference photos. He is also doing other forms of art such as Blacksmithing. He found you can do so many different things with a forge, hammer, and anvil, but making knives is probably his favorite part.