A few of my works will be included in an upcoming group show at Black Cat Gallery in Collingwood. Exhibition runs from Wednesday, 6 February - Sunday, 17 February, 2019. Opening Thursday, 7 February from 6-8pm.
Thursday, July 12, 2018
A series of works on paper. My new poetry book, My Beautiful Scars will be launched as part of this exhibition with signed copies available on opening night. Exhibition runs from 1-12 August, opening on Friday, 3 August at 6pm.
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Sunday, April 22, 2018
|Photo: Varanasi, India, 2018|
A photographic journey through the streets of India, North and South Vietnam and Cambodia. Taken entirely on an iphone 5, these images are raw and spontaneous snapshots of everyday life, depicting the people and culture of lesser travelled places. These photographs were intended to represent the transitory nature of life, a fleeting moment that can never be replicated.
More information can be found on my website https://www.shelleyhallart.com/photography
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Tuesday, May 30, 2017
I'm excited to announce my first book of published poetry, Curved Lines. This book is a selection of poetry lived and written over several years. Deeply personal, it examines the human condition through the inner workings of my emotional life. These poems came about during times of self reflection and explore both the dark and light aspects of my experiences. More information can be found via this link.
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Friday, July 8, 2016
As part of the Write on the Fringe Festival, I will be participating in the Co.lab exhibition with my painting, Portrait of Kelly, 2016. I will also be taking part in the Cartel Journal Project, which will be on display in the Bendigo Library. Exhibitions run from 5-13 August.
Posted by Shelley Hall at 10:53 PM
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Upcoming group exhibition Self Portraiture, Brunswick Street Gallery, 8 July - 21 August, 2016.
"Many women go through their life feeling self conscious about their body image. This painting is a celebration of self acceptance and for being beautiful as a woman. Loving yourself for who you are is a sign of strength and empowerment. The French have a saying 'bien dans sa peau' which loosely translates to 'comfortable in your own skin'. At 46 I can finally accept myself for who I am, without pretence or self consciousness."
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