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Cowley Abbott
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Paul Hallam
Home for Lunch

oil on canvas board
signed lower right; signed, titled, dated 1998 and inscribed “South of Gerrard, E of Coxwell behind Baron Byng Can. Legion”
10 x 12 ins ( 25.4 x 30.5 cms )

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Paul A. Hallam

The artist notes the following:

“I have compositions of people, trees, and Ontario landscapes in all seasons.

I try for a rhythmic circulating composition, with colours chosen to fit the mood. Although these are mostly landscapes, I also find enjoyment in painting the odd still life that catches my eye. I paint either in oil or watercolour, depending on the subject or location .

Most of my training was from my dad, the late J. Sydney Hallam, RCA, OSA. who got me painting when I was thirteen. On numerous occasions I was invited to go on sketching excursions, --- the best way to learn!

Being raised in an artist's family exposed me to the work of his contemporaries. I admire A.Y Jackson's rhythm; Alan Collier's rocks and prairie landscapes; A.J. Casson's big skies and old houses; York Wilson's forms and colour and L.A.C. Panton's mysticism.”

The artist’s past exhibitions include:
St. Mark’s Knox Hall: 2015
Kathleen Gormley McKay Art Centre: 2013, 2012, 2010, 2008, 2006, 2004, 2001 & 1999
Cedar Ridge Gallery: 2003 & 1998
Bluffs Galler: 1997

Awards include:
Scarborough Arts Council (”On My Own Time” Show): 1st prize in oil painting 1996 & 1994; 2nd prize 1995
Demonstration - Oil Painting, Cedarbrook Community Centre: 1998.

Hallam’s work appears in the collection of the University of Toronto and within private collections in Canada and the United States.