Joan HALL - Jurist
Joan Hall works in mixed media and large-scale sculptural installations with an emphasis on the materials of handmade paper, glass and metal. She is known for her interest in experimentation and the use of printmaking to create large-scale works and installations in her Rhode Island studio.
Her work combines her need to make art that is visually arresting with her passion for marine advocacy. Hall wants to initiate a conversation about the peril we will face if we choose to ignore climate change. Many of her exhibition installations polarize works about cause and effect, the past and the present, love and loss.
Hall’s work is exhibited internationally and her most recent installation “ The Invasion of Hull Cove” was included in the European Cultural Center’s “Personal Structures “ a collateral exhibition during the Venice Biennale 2019. Joan’s work is exclusively represented by Childs Gallery in Boston.
Abstract / Avant-Garde...The best in the region
In-Gallery Exhibit: August 21-September 13, 2020
Virtual Gallery Online: Launches August 25, 2020
Awards announced on Social Media Friday - August 21st
Open, Juried for entry & prizes, All Media
Juror: Joan Hall joanhallstudio.com
Entry is open WAA members and non-member artists who are eligible to submit 2D and 3D fine art in all media. Awards: 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place, 2 Honorable Mentions, 2 Juror's Awards
Call for Entries:
- Tuesday- August 18 (11AM-6PM...open late)
- Wednesday- August 19 (11AM-6PM...open late)
WAA members: 1 piece $16, 2 pieces $31, 3 pieces $38
Non-members: 1 piece $19, 2 pieces $37, 3 pieces $48
Please read our exhibition guidelines here.
All works not accepted through the jury process must be collected Friday- August 21 (noon-3PM) or Saturday - August 22 (noon-3pm); all work stored past business hours on 8/22/20 will incur a $5/day holding fee.
Accepted or purchased art may be collected after the exhibit concludes on Tuesday- September 15 (11AM-6PM); accepted or purchased art may not be removed during the exhibit.
Our next exhibit is WAA's "8th Annual Poetry & Art."