As an artist Frederica Hall follows a multi-disciplinary approach, working primarily in visual arts that sources performance-art, and vice versa. Her work is informed by reflections on myth and metaphor, humanities' uncharted origins, and the mysterious surrounding cosmos. An engaging inquiry encompassing challenging matters of truth, politics, religious beliefs, social customs, cultural relevance, social identities and more.
In her Paintings she works with varied mediums using new innovative techniques, as well as classical oil glazing. These diverse procedures capture layers of light and color, and, perhaps, life’s nebulous moments. Her art kindles new perspectives of the mysterious.
Her performance art utilizes, voice, movement, costume, puppetry and installation, capturing life's continually poignant moments. Evoking in herself and the viewer unique creative views into our perceptual experience of the wonderment of 'Now'.
Frederica understudied with NASA artist Yeffy Kimball in N.Y.C., and received scholarships in visual arts to the Arts Student League in N.Y.C. She continued her studies in Visual Arts, and performance and Voice at NAU in the 1970s. Furthering studies in performance, dance, and voice, with the American Dance Festival Duke University N.C. and Understudied Performance-Art with Max Below,"Rada Dada", Banished, Fools, Durham N.C.
"I love to create at the edge of Moon light, where the realms of the unseen become visible"
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