Patty Kay Hall is a multi-media artist who focuses primarily on “Scenes of Life at the Shore.” She worked professionally as a fiber artist for over 25 years and won two national awards for her multi media embroidered and appliqued designs on clothing.
Patty has been in the healing profession for the last 15 years as a multi-dimensional healer and past life regression therapist. She cites her energy work as contributing to the actual creation of her work as tools for healing. Her subject matters, mediums, and painting styles are all chosen intuitively. Each painting is meant to impart certain energies into the room that the viewer finds healing. No matter what, her goal is to touch a deep memory in the viewer and capture a sense of soul and remembrance of places that hold happy memories for the viewer.
Patty was an Art History major at UCONN and has since taken numerous workshops in classical drawing, portrait, and landscape painting at the Mystic Museum of Art in Connecticut and Newport’s Isherwood Gallery. In addition, she is a Certified Draftsman. She has studied with artists Nicholas Wilton, Mikel Wintermantel, Jack Montmeat, Judy Chapman, Doug Aaberg, Stuart Dunkel, and watercolorist Kimberly Meuse. She cites being greatly influenced by the great story-telling illustrators Howard Pyle and NC Wyeth, and the Pre-Raphaelites.
Her work has made its way into several juried shows and recently her painting “A Pear and Company” won the Pam Nelson Watercolor Award at the Regional Art Show at the Mystic Museum of Art, CT. The painting "Ye Ole Hippie Emporium" won an Honorable Mention at the Spring Bull Gallery in Newport, RI. Additionally, her watercolor painting “Sitting In the Quiet One” was chosen as the book cover for the recently released “Medicine of One” by Lomakayu.