Honor Hall (b. 1984) is an artist living and working in Savannah, GA.
Hall lived in Anchorage, Alaska from 2013-17 and was the manager of the International Gallery of Contemporary Art, the only not-for-profit space in Anchorage solely dedicated to contemporary art.
In addition to her work promoting experimental art and facilitating exhibitions and events at IGCA, Hall also taught painting and foundations courses at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Now located in Savannah, Hall teaches foundations at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) and maintains an active studio practice.
Hall graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with an MFA in Painting in 2014. In 2013, Hall was one of two SCAD students selected to present a solo exhibition during SCAD’s deFine Art Event, which attracts artists and curators from all over the world. Hall was also selected for a solo studio fellowship at the Elizabeth Foundation in New York, NY in conjunction with the SCAD painting department during her graduate study.
Hall has held artist-in-residence positions in Richmond, Virginia and New York, New York and has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions across the United States and abroad. Her paintings appear in several public and private collections.
In September, 2015 Hall was featured in the Arts Issue of 61 Degrees North, an Anchorage-based quarterly periodical. In March, 2016, she was commissioned by the Anchorage Museum to paint a mural in the museum’s Discovery Center.
Hall is married to the photographer Philip Hall, and is mom to a dog named Harold.