"The Red Dress"
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Heather Hall was born in Montreal, Quebec and in 1971 moved to Kingston, Ontario. Her working career in Kingston included running a national newspaper for the physically disabled, writing for a magazine featuring Ontario cities, marketing manager for a Quebec dance company and an audio visual presentation for the Department of Labour. These diverse and challenging projects laid a good foundation when, in 1995, she began to delve into her passion of becoming a full time artist. Heather opened her own Gallery, Hall Images, in the heart of downtown Kingston, which featured her works of Kingston and the Thousand Islands. The last few years have been spent exploring other subjects such as her portraits, a rodeo series, and a music series.
STYLE AND MEDIUM
Heather is self-taught and has developed a style that marries ink and acrylic. The inkwork is done by using small brushes and working in horizontal lines, building the lines up to create form and shadow. When the inkwork is complete, acrylic is then applied and washes over the ink. The end result are colourful and unique highly detailed paintings.
EXHIBITIONS AND GALLERIES
Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition
Toronto Indoor Art Exhibition
Rideau Valley Art Festival
Interconnected Art Studio Tour
Park Avenue Art Festival (Rochester, New York), Fort Henry St.
Lawrence Parks Commission
Glebe Art Gallery
Festival of the Islands (Solo Exhibit)
Government of Bosnia
Department of Health, Series of 12 images of Kingston
HMCS Kingston (4 images)
HMCS Quebec, The Bluenose, donated by the city of Kingston to admirals of each ship
Minister of Education
Taiwan, Presidents of seven Taiwanese universities
United State Marine Corps Museum, Washington D.C.
Toronto Indoor Art Exhibition, Best in Mixed Media
Limestone Live Choice Awards, Best Visual Artist
© 2007 Heather Hall
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