“Travels with a Paintbrush”
Solo Exhibition of paintings by ALICE HALL
An exhibition with 85 examples of Alice's impressionistic landscape paintings and drawings created during her recent travels in Italy, France, Portugal, India and the USA and, closer to home, London, Cornwall and Jersey.
Alice’s palette is bright and pure while her brushstrokes are loose and energetic. Her last exhibition was described in The Times as 'the impressionistic landscapes of a painter who captures both the blustery light of the beach and the city’s
Alice paints in situ - her Hyde Park Corner picture was painted from the rooftop of a recently demolished building. This unique composition took a number of visits over 4 years, with security having to clear her arrival with Buckingham Palace given the proximity to the Palace. In contrast, Portloe Fishing Boats was painted in one sitting - started in beautiful weather and finished in Cornish mizzel despite which Alice was able to capture the spirit of the moment.