Jill works on various pieces of commissioned public art giving the space an identity, a pleasant moment, a touch of grace, of beauty. She works in many mediums like sculpture, mobile, sets of aerial art, in a range of sizes.
A major category of her commissions comprised monumental sculptures that capture and define the identities of the entities and region, as in the 18-foot painted steel sculpture “Welcome Friends” for the city of Whittier, CA, which projects a light-hearted abstract impression of the wealth of trees, bushes, and flowers that the city is known for.
Another type comprised mobiles in the geometric manner of Alexander Calder, used singly or in groups. A third type focused on multiple ensembles, often on a very large scale, of other forms of aerial art.
To this point in her career, she has worked with other materials than glass in her public art, such as stainless steel, plexiglass, aluminum, et al. In her public art, she now plans to include glass as part of her repertory.