since childhood, Helen Hall came to Temagami over 30 years ago. She
has been able to bring along her talents and abilities enhanced by
the late David Mitson, who once headed an art commission under Queen
Elizabeth II. Mr. Mitson established his own art show at Expo in
. Mrs. Hall utilized the skills culled from her excellent background
training. She taught in
, and later in Temagami.
subject of most of Mrs. Hall's paintings is the Northern outdoors
with an emphasis on the magnificent Temagami wilderness. The scope
of her artistic vision is reflected in the titles she endows in each
viewing, the entire year is placed in proper perspective with each
season resplendently and meticulously illuminated. Helen Hall
paints in mixed media, oil and watercolour, and does commission work
if there is a particular subject that is endearing to you. With the
dedicated help of her husband, Mrs. Hall, has maintained a
successful life in the North.
addition to her artistic talents, Helen Hall studied violin under
Kosha Brown of the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra and later
mastered the keys of the Piano.
Hall's studio and
"The Loft" on
are open to the public year round.
communing with others and with nature that you can bring a whole
symphony together." H.H.