In the Contiguous U.S.
Living with art by Richard Hall.
When you display a painting or print in your home, you’re showing your distinctive and discriminating taste. Art doesn't have to match the sofa, rather it matches your creative style to make a statement about who you are.
When people view Richard's work, they often feel an instant connection to the piece. The art may bring a smile or even a big belly laugh, a recollection of a favorite toy or childhood memory. His use of vintage objects juxtaposed with unexpected elements creates a charming composition to tell a story.
Richard's artwork looks great in any location of the home, bedroom to bathroom, kitchen to kids room. Part of the fun is sharing the art with visitors and seeing their reaction to your artwork. Richard's art makes a great gift for anyone, creating a treasured heirloom to be passed through the generations.
The original paintings of "First Tracks" and "Snow Day" found a home together.
Just as it should be.
No space? Consider hanging your artwork "Salon style."
I love this installation and am thrilled to be a part of this beautifully
curated collection. Can you find my original painting, "Lost My Marbles?"
This giclee on canvas looks amazing in a contemporary cabin
Can you spot two of my paintings in the collection, "Car Wash" and
"Stopped for Donuts?"
Below, the collection in a pilot's office.
This cabin retreat has a bunk room for the grandchildren, and the print of "Grand Vacation." Perfect choice for a vacation home!