NICK HALL

Nick Hall's work invites contemplation of the human condition and the cultural and environmental landscape. His recent practice combines traditional woodcut and drawing techniques, opening exploration and navigation through the psychological and cultural structures we build to slow panic in our rational minds.

Hall attained a Bachelor of Fine Art from the National Art School and a Master of Fine Art from RMIT. His work has been shortlisted for numerous awards, including the Rick Amor Drawing Prize, Metro Art Award and the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship for talented emerging artists under the age of 30.

Recent news and achievements: 2015: Blacktown City Art Prize Finalist; 2013: Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship Finalist; 2012: Rick Amor Drawing Prize Finalist; 2011: Metro Art Award Finalist

  - One Swallow Does Not a Summer Make
One Swallow Does Not a Summer Make mixed media on canvas 140 x 180cm

  - Our Things
Our Things mixed media on canvas 180 x 180cm

  - Reasonable Monsters
Reasonable Monsters mixed media on paper 55 x 77cm

  - Grown Ups
Grown Ups mixed media on paper 77 x 55cm

  - Unfenced Water Features
Unfenced Water Features mixed media on paper 55 x 77cm

  - Frontiers of Lost
Frontiers of Lost mixed media on paper 55 x 77cm

  - A Contented Hound Basking in his Shadows
A Contented Hound Basking in his Shadows mixed media on paper 77 x 55cm

  - Bottom of his Belly
Bottom of his Belly mixed media on paper 77 x 55cm

  - Walking Around with our Heads in our Hands
Walking Around with our Heads in our Hands oil on canvas 150 x 120cm

  - The Mountain and I
The Mountain and I oil on canvas 150 x 150cm

  - Sell One Buy One Bull
Sell One Buy One Bull ink and watercolour 55 x 75cm

  - Empire of Dirt
Empire of Dirt pen and watercolour on paper 29 x 21cm

  - Don’t Worry Baby
Don’t Worry Baby ink and watercolour 29 x 21cm

  - Walking Around with your Head in my Hands
Walking Around with your Head in my Hands pen and watercolour on paper 29 x 21cm

  - What a shame what we became
What a shame what we became ink and watercolour 21 x 29cm

  - Love Hunters
Love Hunters watercolour and pen on paper 55 x 75cm

  - Pours Paws Pores
Pours Paws Pores pen and watercolour on paper (framed) 40 x 40cm

  - Commitment
Commitment watercolour and pen on paper 75 x 55cm

        Previously Available:

  - Living for Nothing Now
Living for Nothing Now oil on canvas 150 x 120cm SOLD

  - You'll never know how easy it was
You'll never know how easy it was oil on canvas 120 x 120cm SOLD

  - The Outdoors
The Outdoors oil on board 44 x 29.5cm SOLD

  - Boomtimes
Boomtimes oil on board 44 x 29.5cm SOLD

  - Alpha as Fuck
Alpha as Fuck pen and watercolour on paper SOLD

  - Nothing Left to Burn
Nothing Left to Burn pen and watercolour on paper 29 x 21cm SOLD

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