Acrylic on Canvas, 24″ x 24″” SOLD
“Kimono Series – 1951”
Acrylic 24″ x 48″ (2 Panels)
“Kimono Series – Literature was Her Favorite Subject”
Mixed Media on Canvas, 18″ x 36″ (2 Panels)
“Kimono Series – She Wore Her New Purse”
Acrylic 20″ x 40″ (2 Panels)
Virginia Hall grew up spending her summers on the beaches of Lake Michigan. An only child, she discovered her interest in the arts at an early age playing with scraps of paper on the floor, the remains of the cut outs from her paper dolls.
Her solo exhibition, “Summation” at Tubac Center of the Arts November 22 – January 6, 2020 was the culmination of 85 years of life experiences that influenced her life and art practice.
I believe that our idea of ourselves is formed by events such as these and by the cause and effect of our affinities. I am a great believer in affinities. They are purely unruffled. Rules and regulations, our culture, our religions may keep us in line but it is our affinities that tell us who we are. And it is usually the tug of war between the two that cause our attachments and our aversions which result in suffering.