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Meet Eben Lee Hall

Today we’d like to introduce you to Eben Lee Hall.

Eben, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
I needed an elective in college and took a ceramics class, which led to more art classes and a change in major. And from then on my love of art – process, materials, creating – has just continued to grow. I have a tremendous amount of energy and am extremely curious, and the combination of the two has led me to attain several degrees and to work in a variety of art-related jobs, all while continuing to create my own work.

While I began college in the 90’s, it wasn’t until 2010 that I was able to continue on academically and ultimately finished my degree programs, earning a BFA in Ceramics, an Art Museum Education Certification, and an MFA in Sculpture. I was even able to squeeze in an AAS in Culinary Arts.

I’ve spent time working jobs in Interior Design showrooms, art installation, and fabrication. Each has helped me learn something new that I could apply to my own work. When the opportunity to learn something new arose, I took it. In addition to working in these areas, I’ve been fortunate to have solo and group shows over the years and sell my work to both individuals and companies. Today I continue to devote my efforts to making and selling my work through galleries and interior design showrooms.

We’re always bombarded by how great it is to pursue your passion, etc – but we’ve spoken with enough people to know that it’s not always easy. Overall, would you say things have been easy for you?
As smooth as just about anyone who is trying to make a living making art. There is no one way to work as an artist – you figure it out as you go. I’ve been fortunate to have a very supportive wife who has helped me for the past decade to achieve my goals and devote more time to what I love doing.

We’d love to hear more about your art.
I am a visual artist who is insatiably curious and loves the process of creating. My current focus is primarily large scale abstract/non-objective painting. However, I’ve never limited myself to just one medium, so my body of work over the years is varied – plaster tables, ceramic and bronze light fixtures, body castings, stencil paintings, sculpture in bronze and muslin, laser-cut imagery in Corian – and more. Long ago, I started to refer to myself as a serial artist because I was continually compelled to create, and that is still true today. I am fascinated by so many different things and thankful that I can follow those fascinations.

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