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The act of drawing is an important part of Hall’s practice. He makes 'plein air' landscape studies that are often the trigger for new ideas. There are drawings that trace the development of ideas and there are precise working drawings that are part of the fabrication process all of which remain largely unseen. Then there are the drawings that exist in their own right; drawings that are very physical and expressive in charcoal with pencil and gouache. Drawings that Hall says “...are  seeing, thinking, finding, recording, connecting, stilling and distilling.” 

Nigel Hall: Vistas-Linear and Curvilinear


Includes an essay by Jon Wood.

To find out more about the artist and the exhibition view the press release. 

Browse the exhibition catalogue online.

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