Producing a piece of work is always an adventure.

 There is an ‘uncovering’ process exposing the end product which occurs in both printmaking and bronze casting.  In printmaking, the lifting of the hand-made paper off the etched plate reveals the printed image.  In bronze casting, the opening up of the investment exposes the sculpture inside. 

 I am interested in the layers within a piece of work which reflect the subject matter;  a human element that has left a trace behind, a repeated image or an experience portrayed.  Combining these layers with the process of the medium results in the unexpected.
Minsmere Nature Reserve Artist Jennifer Hall Monotype The Lighthouse, Orford Ness 1627-2012 Artist Jennifer Hall Sizewell, viewed from Dunwich Heath Artist Jennifer Hall Jennifer Hall - The Shell Tree Jennifer Hall - Holding the Line Deben Estuary at low tide Artist Jennifer Hall Covehithe Monotype Artist Jennifer Hall

Jennifer Hall is a practicing artist, experimenting with different mediums, particularly in bronze casting and printmaking.  She has initiated and delivered ‘Arts for All’ funded projects and leads a programme of arts workshops for adults.  She has many years of working in schools including running art workshops with Inside Out Community Arts in Mental Health.  She exhibits her work in Suffolk and London, including the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition.  She is a member of Butley Mills Studios and the Sudbourne Park Printmakers, and is also Curator of Orford Museum.  She has a BA (Hons) in Fine Art, a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design and an MA in the Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas.