• Diane Andrews Hall

    Fuller Goldeen Gallery

    Diane Andrews Hall started out as a painter in the late ’60s and left off in the ’70s to collaborate on video and performance pieces with her husband Doug Hall and the conceptualist group T. R Uthco. Images and ideas generated by her camera work on those pieces resurfaced in the paintings she began making six years ago, and her current interest in weather and landscape runs parallel to Doug Hall’s: his videotape Storm and Stress, 1986, and her new pictures share particular motifs—the ocean at Baker’s Beach in San Francisco, dark clouds massing in New Mexico skies—as well as a passion for improvised

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