Whitney Hall

Whitney Hall

Whitney Hall has been a full-time painter for over 8 years. Her work has been juried into many national shows such as The Celebration of Fine Art in Scottsdale, AZ, the Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale in Cody, WY, the Coeur d’Alene Galleries’ Miniatures by the Lake in Idaho, the Brinton 101 in Big Horn, WY, and the Frame of Reference Gallery’s 235 in Whitefish, MT. She was selected as one of Southwest Art Magazine’s “21 Under 31” and is one of the youngest rising stars in the Western Art Scene.  She also received the Oil Painters of America’s Award of Excellence.  Her mother, Terry Cooke Hall, is a noted artist.

Whitney’s oil paintings combine the inspiration of the wild Northern Rockies and the intense color of the Southwest.  She was born and raised in San Diego, where she studied under a wide variety of contemporary artists, focusing her studies mainly on figurative drawing and painting.  She moved to Montana in 2008 and changed the course of her work from human to beast.  Her approach is still figurative at its root, with a focus on the design and character of each animal she paints, resulting in colorful animal compositions. 

Whitney spends her time painting and exhibiting between Bozeman, Montana in the summer and Scottsdale, Arizona in the winter. Her colorful horses, birds, and wildlife are collected throughout North America.  Her work is represented by Main Street Gallery in Park City, UT, Tierney Fine Art in Bozeman, MT, and Lovetts Fine Art Gallery in Tulsa, OK.

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