‘Hall sets out to distil that moment when even the mundane can be magical. As you look at her paintings, you can travel to another land too.’ Rachel Campbell Johnston – Art Critic, The Times
When Alice sets out to paint, she looks more like a vagrant than an artist: Wearing many warming layers of paint-encrusted clothing and carrying a rucksack full with paints, pallets, brushes and much more essential clobber besides. She sets up her impromptu studio and start to work, first sketching the composition and then building up areas of colour. The aim: being to capture character and mood, while being truthful to the subject.