Lee Hall 1934-2017
Lee Hall (1934-2017) was a North Carolina native and renowned Abstract Expressionist, whose muses were the American and Mediterranean landscape. Loosely titled by the locale they represent, her poetic landscapes are iterations of the tradition of abstraction derived from meditations on nature, whose forbearers include a myriad of great minds from painters of the Sung Dynasty to modernist John Marin.
Hall's legacy is one of an exceptional painter as well as a respected educator and writer. Hall stood with the great artists of the New York School, earning herself representation at Betty Parsons' famed New York gallery. She also served as President of the esteemed Rhode Island School of Design, and she has written a number of books, including biographies of Willem and Elaine DeKooning and Betty Parsons.
Lee Hall generously left her estate to the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art. The proceeds from acquisitions of her work through the gallery directly fund the museum's educational programs.
Winter SelectionsGroup Exhibition January 16 - March 6, 2021Jerald Melberg Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition featuring works by gallery artists Charles Basham, Romare Bearden, Christopher Clamp, Raul Diaz, Susan Grossman, Lee Hall, Wolf Kahn, Kim...
Southern ArtistsGroup Exhibition November 14, 2020 - January 2, 2021Jerald Melberg Gallery is pleased to present an invitational group exhibition featuring artists with southern connections by birth or residence. The exhibition will feature paintings, sculpture and works on paper of varied context and imagery including both realism and abstraction.
Lee Hall ON PAPERNovember 9, 2019 - January 11, 2020Lee Hall created a wonderful variety of art both on paper and with paper: acrylic paintings on paper, watercolors, and collages. Jerald Melberg Gallery is pleased to present our fifth...
Lee HallCelebration September 17 - November 5, 2016Lexington, North Carolina native, Lee Hall, has pursued careers as artist, educator and writer. Her paintings allow us to share her love for subtle shapes, variety in texturing, and muted...