We are currently exhibiting prints by Ken Hall, visual artist and musician. Sadly, Ken died last year and left behind a legacy of paintings and memories. We were lucky enough to know Ken and his sunny approach to life and creativity. Ken settled in south Galway from London in 2001, with his wife Noreen. His love of this area , the Burren , Coole Park and Kinvara inspired much of his work. Ken was happy to work in various mediums, but his favourite was watercolour. His work has been exhibited all over Ireland, and he has patrons as far as New Zealand and South America. His work hangs in private and public collections including the Welsh Tourist Board, The Prince of Wales Trust, Chelsea Football Club and the Industrial Maritime museum.
Ken was also a talented musician, and played with Natalie Cole, the comedian Tommy Cooper and he played in the famous Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in London.
We would like to thank Noreen Hall for providing Ken's prints for exhibiting. If you would like to see more of his paintings and prints go to uhttps://www.facebook.com/kenhallart/