The bold and vibrant hues of Shelia Judge Hall’s art give pause as we go about our otherwise busy routines of life. Passionate crimsons, royal purple and gold denote culture and ceremony. Bright yellows and orange reflect the warmth of the sunlight or floral gifts of nature. Hall paints and creates from experiences, memories, dreams and visions.
Originally from North Carolina, Sheila Judge Hall is best known as an Alaskan artist whose work can be found in several art collections in Anchorage, AK. For eighteen years she taught art to children and adults of all ages. Having retired after thirty plus years as an educator, principal and supervisor, Hall now paints for enjoyment and on commissioned works. She has been a featured artist in Anchorage Wild Salmon on Parade Sculpture Project, Transformed Treasures Salvation Army Benefit art exhibitions and has donated art to many charitable silent auctions. Her colorful artwork is among many private art collections in Anchorage and across the United States. Living and working in Alaska for over twenty years exposed Hall to a multitude of nationalities and cultures, which influenced her art.
Sheila Judge Hall is a graduate of East Carolina University, School of Art and Design BS 1981, and the University of Alaska Anchorage, MA Ed Leadership 1999. Hall is currently a professional artist in Raleigh, NC and a member of Artspace.