‘How High the Moon’ by Heather Sundquist Hall

£450.00

Artist: Heather Sundquist Hall
Title: ‘How High the Moon’
Medium: Gouache on hot press Stonehenge fawn paper
Dimensions: 12″ x 12″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2020
Artwork Will Ship From: USA

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‘How High the Moon’ by Heather Sundquist Hall

Artist: Heather Sundquist Hall
Title: ‘How High the Moon’
Medium: Gouache on hot press Stonehenge fawn paper
Dimensions: 12″ x 12″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2020
Artwork Will Ship From: USA

About the Artwork:

“Painting the full moon is one of my favorite things to do. This piece is inspired  by the innate collective call I feel we all share when the time for the full moon comes around,  especially as it rises in the setting sky. This is the first time I’ve used a metallic gouache for the  moon, so it shimmers against the night blue behind it. The title of this painting is borrowed  from a song with the same name. The recording by Ella Fitzgerald in 1954 is my favorite.” – Heather Sundquist Hall

About the Artist:

(Artist Bio)

Heather Sundquist Hall is a painter based in Texas. She grew up on Long Island in New York and attended the Fashion  Institute of Technology before heading to Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia to pursue art education and illustration. After nearly a decade in Philadelphia, Heather and her pit  bull, Chickie packed up and headed to Texas with the promise of giant skies and sunsets for  days. They haven’t looked back since. She, her husband, Michael W. Hall, who also is a painter,  live and work in a tiny town called Smithville, just outside of Austin. Heather’s work has been exhibited around the United States. Most recently in group shows at the Webb Gallery, in Waxahatchie, TX, Hey There Projects in Joshua Tree and Gallery Nucleus in Portland, Oregon. Heather’s freelance illustrations have been featured in Breathe Magazine,  Birth.Death.Movies, the Alamo Draft house Magazine in addition to Spirituality and Health  Magazine.