September Guest Artist Lane Hall

Posted by on Aug 29, 2019 in Events, Guest Exhibits | 0 comments

Art Presence Art Center welcomes September Guest Artist Lane Hall for a special exhibition of his works on the back wall of the gallery. His show runs alongside our September 2019 members show, opening Friday, September 6 and running through Sunday, September 29, with a reception on Saturday, September 7, from 1–3 pm.

Lane Hall lives in the Rogue Valley and earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Southern Oregon University in 1986. He has achieved Diamond Membership in the Watercolor Society of Oregon and has won numerous awards in state, national and international competitions. Most recently, Hall received the Frances Nell Storer Memorial Award for his painting, “Oak Burl,” in the American Watercolor Society’s 148th International Exhibition, the Alden Bryan Memorial Medal for his painting, “Creekside II,” in the American Watercolor Society’s 149th International Exhibition in New York City, and the Kanuga Watermedia Workshops Award for his painting “Creekside,” in the National Watercolor Society’s 95th International Exhibition in San Pedro, CA. He is also a Signature Member of both the American Watercolor Society and the National Watercolor Society. Lane’s work has been published in North Light Books’ Strokes of Genius II: The Best of Drawing Light and Shadow, Southwest Art and Watercolor Artist. In 2004, he turned his full attention to art and is now represented by Marta Stafford Fine Art in Marble Falls, TX, Wilde Meyer Galleries in Scottsdale and Tucson, AZ, and Second Street Gallery in Bandon, OR. We are confident that the work of this accomplished artist will leave you speechless.

Art Presence invites you to a reception where you can meet Lane on Saturday, September 7, from 1–3 pm. At the reception, author Peggy Dover will read from her book, “Trips & Tangents: 101 Favorite Southern Oregon Journal Columns,” and you will have the opportunity to meet Lane Hall.

 

 

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