Within the elements of art, my aim is to achieve a balance of Realism and Impressionism in my work, while sharing the emotion concurrent with my passion. I love the stark value contrasts and varying textures found in nature and endeavor to translate my unique interpretation for the viewer.
Lane Hall Biography:
Lane Hall earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Southern Oregon University in 1986. He has earned the highest award of Diamond Membership in the Watercolor Society of Oregon and Signature Memberships in the National and American Watercolor Societies headquartered in San Pedro, California and New York, New York respectively.
Lane has earned numerous awards throughout his career, including the Frances Nell Storer Memorial Award for his painting, “Oak Burl,” in the AWS 148th International Exhibition, and the Alden Bryan Memorial Medal for his painting, “Creekside II,” in the AWS 149th International Exhibition in New York City. Both pieces sold while on display. Hall earned the Kanuga Watermedia Workshops Award for his painting “Creekside,” in the NWS 95th International Exhibition in San Pedro, CA. His work has been seen in Southwest Art, Watercolor Artist, and Western Art and Architecture magazines, and North Light Books’ Strokes of Genius II: The Best of Drawing Light and Shadow.
When not pursuing art, he is an accomplished drummer/conguero. In his spare time, Hall enjoys hiking, traveling with his long-time companion, Peggy, listening to jazz, and spending time with Burgie, his 25-pound black cat. He and Burgie make their home in Talent, Oregon in the Rogue Valley of Southern Oregon.
His work is represented at the following galleries:
2222 Highway 101 N, Yachats, Oregon
Second Street Gallery
210 Second St. SE, Bandon, Oregon