Jill Hall was born and raised in Denver, Co. Jill attended the University of Montana school of Fine Art and received her BFA with an emphasis in painting and drawing. Jill's love of the natural world and art began in childhood. When she was not outside exploring plants and the garden she was inside making art. Jill's art if often focused on nature including plants, animals, or landscapes. She loves to travel and garden which are primary sources of inspiration and topic. Her watercolors are more illustrative in natural and oil paintings are impressionistic and playful.
I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado and spent equal amounts of time playing outside in my mom’s garden in the dirt and with crayons and paste. Sometimes the two worlds merged when I drew lady bugs having bunk beds on flower stems. I have a deep love for the natural world and plants. I travel when I can internationally when I can and have a bucket list item to visit every National Park in the USA. My artwork this year has been a study of my environment nearby as it has been so much of my world with the pandemic. I focused largely on things in my yard and seeing how much beauty really is so close. I’ve spent time this year learning more about watercolor and working more in a study fashion with my work. Creating my work and watching the brushstrokes come together is as satisfying for me as the end product at times. I’ve been listening to Elton John a lot this year when I paint. It feels so whole when I can concentrate and being in my art space and be inspired by music and nature. I hope that viewers will connect with a moment in time and the subject I paint to pause and consider their environment and the world we live in every day. There is so much beauty, color, and magnificence in the world around us if we slow down to look.
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