Elizabeth Jackson Hall is a Toronto painter, primarily in oils, mostly from life. Her landscapes are almost always painted plein aire. Prince Edward County features in many, as the site of the family summer place, while others are vistas of her west end neighbourhood. From June to early October, you may find her at her easel down one alley or another.
Since graduating from the Ontario College of Art (1996) and at the University of Toronto (1998), she has exhibited commissioned portraits, landscapes and still-life paintings at the TOAE, the Bloor West studio tour and in the store front window her Annette Street studio. The Mad Dog Gallery outside Picton, Ontario has displayed her work since 2000, and remains her representative outside her studio. E J Hall has also been employed in church restoration with FPD (Fine Painting and Design) from 2004 to 2006, and has executed various ecclesiastical commissions for churches in Canada and the States.
From time to time, E J will take on private students or offer master classes. If you need to know about mixing a palette, she’s the one to ask. Her studio is located between Bloor West and the Junction, where she resides with her patient husband and three small girls.