View the artwork of: Eddie Hall
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About the Artist:
Eddie Hall is an abstract artist in Berlin, Connecticut creating works using recycled windows which exhibit vibrant colors and geometric patterns. These works largely draw inspiration from architectural and design themes.
Hall is self taught as an artist, an active member of the Kehler Liddell Gallery, an exhibiting member of the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, New Haven Paint & Clay Club and Rowayton Arts Center and his works have been featured and won awards in shows far and wide, including at the Greenwich Arts Society, the Connecticut State Capitol building, Mattatuck Museum, New Britain Museum of American Art, Scope Miami, Stamford Art Association, Ursa Gallery, Viridian Artists and West Hartford Art League. His work is in numerous private collections.
If you start looking, you would be surprised how many windows you find discarded by the side of the road. I keep finding myself coming back again and again to the visuals I can achieve with acrylic paints on the reverse side of recycled windows. Using this medium, I find that I can more readily present the bold colors and geometric patterns I feature in my work and find enjoyment in the challenge of working the unique character of each window into the piece itself. These works have allowed me to take something discarded and transform them into an item of beauty.