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Born in Aberdeen, Scotland, Stephen Hall moved to New York in 1978 and began exhibiting his work in the East Village in the early 80’s. Since then his work has been featured in exhibits throughout the US, as well as India, Japan, Korea and Mexico. In addition his work is part of numerous corporate and private c… Read More
Born in Aberdeen, Scotland, Stephen Hall moved to New York in 1978 and began exhibiting his work in the East Village in the early 80’s. Since then his work has been featured in exhibits throughout the US, as well as India, Japan, Korea and Mexico. In addition his work is part of numerous corporate and private collections and has been featured in various well-known films, music videos, magazines and has illustrated many book covers for internationally published authors.

Take a look at my video, courtesy of www.cdsavoia.com www.youtube.com/embed/FDfgw-IFbjY Read Less
He was recently part of a featured article in the New York Times and a photo essay by photographer Michael Mundy, called ”An Afternoon With" and Gallery and Studio magazine's Ed McCormick called him "One of our more exciting Pop Surrealists".
There are no digital prints, photographs, collage, airbrush or projections involved in his work. The subjects and ambiguous light sources are hand painted rows and rows of acrylic colors or tones, going from dark to light in countless layers. All the patterns are drawn first around a cardboard template upon the ba… Read More
There are no digital prints, photographs, collage, airbrush or projections involved in his work. The subjects and ambiguous light sources are hand painted rows and rows of acrylic colors or tones, going from dark to light in countless layers. All the patterns are drawn first around a cardboard template upon the background field color and then painted tonally to match the background. Each painting can take anywhere from three to six weeks to execute, depending on the size. Read Less
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