Virginia painter Kim Hall seeks to quickly capture the light and essence of a scene in our quickly disappearing landscape. She enjoys the challenge of painting en plein air or directly from life. There is no better way to capture a scene or a moment in time than being there in that moment. "Painting from life has taught me how to see as a painter," says Kim.
Kim received a BA in studio art from George Mason University and continued her studies at The Corcoran School of Art. Over the years she has taken many workshops from her favorite artists and mentors including Roger Dale Brown, Dawn Whitelaw, and Dee Beard Dean. She also continued to study from the Masters, both past and present.
Kim is a member of the Oil Painters of America, the American Impressionist Society, Women Painters of the Southeast, Virginia Plein Air Painters, and the Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters.