HALL, Serena Naomi

1973 - ?

Serena Hall

Born in the Wandsworth district of London in 1973, but her family moved to Suffolk when she was twelve years old. Graduating from Edinburgh College of Art in 1995 with a B.A. (Hon.) degree since when she has worked as a full time professional artist. The inspirational coastal views from her home in Ferry Road, Southwold from where she began to paint and in 1999 opened her first gallery, relocating a year later to the larger 16 Queen Street and is now well established as Serena Hall Gallery in this popular seaside town. Broad brushstrokes and a love of vibrant colour are typical of Serena's style, and her favourite subject matter is what surrounds her everyday, the harbour, town and coast all provide her with endless inspiration. She is also an avid collector of shells, vintage textiles, folk art and coastal paraphernalia which she often includes in her paintings. Serena works in mixed media, using a variety of different surface techniques such as screen-printing and monoprinting to create colour and pattern to backgrounds, adding handmade ceramic birds and fishes to create large wall-pieces inspired by the sea. She has won numerous awards including the The Prince’s Trust/Oil of Olay Visionary Woman award of 2001. Her gallery also won the best creative category and was shortlisted for 'Country Living's' Best Rural Business award and more recently has also been voted number one best coastal interiors gallery by 'Coast' magazine. Her work is held in private collections including that of His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales and her paintings are now collected worldwide with recent paintings being shipped to Australia, New York and Tokyo.





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