Center on Contemporary Arts

RONALD HALL: THREE PAINTINGS

January 26 - March 5, 2008
Center on Contemporary Art

Belltown Gallery at Avenue One
2721 First Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98121

Opening Reception Wednesday, February 13, 2008 7-9pm
 
 "Amistad", Ronald Hall, 2006
"AMISTAD", Ronald Hall, 2006, Oil on canvas
 
"Missing", Ronald Hall, 2007
"Missing", Ronald Hall, 2007, Oil, mixed media and collaged elements on canvas
 
"The Martyr of Death Row", Ronald Hall, 2007
"The Martyr of Death Row", Ronald Hall, 2007, Oil, mixed media and collaged elements on canvas

All works courtesy of Pacini-Lubell Gallery, 206-326-5555
Thanks to Ronald Hall, Center on Contemporary Art, Joseph Roberts, Avenue One, Ray Freeman, and Pacini-Lubell Gallery.

--Matthew Kangas, Guest Curator


In conjunction with "Ronald Hall: Three Paintings," don't miss "Black History Month: Faces"
February 21 - March 15 at CoCA Shilshole Bay Beach Club, 6413 Seaview Avenue N.W., Seattle, WA

RONALD HALL lives in Seattle, but grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and studied at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. He has had solo exhibitions at the International Gallery of Contemporary Art in Anchorage, Alaska; Custom House Studios and Gallery in Westport, Ireland; Gallery 110 in Seattle; and at the Susquehanna Art Museum in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. "Ronald Hall and Jacob Lawrence" was organized by Kittridge Gallery, University of Puget Sound in 2006. Other group exhibitions have been at Wing Luke Museum, Maude Kerns Arts Center in Eugene, Oregon and Tacoma Art Museum. His work has been written about in Seattle Weekly, Seattle Times, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Anchorage Daily News and Art in America. His work is in the collections of Tacoma Art Museum and Green River Community College. He exhibits at Pacini-Lubell Gallery in Seattle.

For more information on Ronald Hall, visit his website at http://www.ronaldhall.com

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