I like a man who fly-fishes; who has spent much of his life, “thigh deep in moving water.” Don’t know much about fly-fishing, myself, though I know many who do and revel in its necessary quietude and Zen-like keen focus. Oh, and c’mon, can there be a better-named […]
Joel Long reading at the 15th Street Gallery in 2012. This weekend, Dave Hall and Joel Long are continuing their ongoing collaborative venture with an exhibit and reading at 15th Street Gallery in Salt Lake City as part of the Utah Humanities Council’s Book Festival. Hall, a landscape […]
A review of Dave Hall and John Collins’ exhibit of landscapes, now up at Williams Fine Art.
Poetry readings are tricky things. At a reading you are a prisoner to the artist in ways you rarely are at exhibitions. A poet’s reading of a poem can give thunder and lightning to the written word (Dylan Thomas reading a credit card contract could make it a […]
Dave Hall shares a small studio space in the Rockwood Studios Building in Sugar House. Because of the limited area, Hall must make use of every available space for his paints, brushes, tools and supplies. Fitting a lot into small packages comes naturally to this plein-air painter who enjoys […]
by Laura Durham On October 17 and 18 Squashworks will exhibit Four Generations of American Painting, featuring the artwork of Dave Hall , his father Vernon Hall, his grandmother Esther Bailey Hall, and his great-great grandfather Thomas H. Snow. And to answer your question, no, Squashworks is not […]
Dave Hall An avid outdoorsman, Dave Hall’s oil landscapes often depict the low light of dawn and dusk. He lives with his wife and two children in Salt Lake City and on Blaine Creek near Ennis, Montana. 15 Bytes Article Exhibition Review: Salt Lake City Light & Color […]