The practice of American artist Nora Martin-Hall (b. 1988, Whittier, California) spans a range of artistic media and visual imagery dabbling in photorealism, illustration, sculpture and fabrication.
Martin-Hall’s work is known for a quirky, playful aesthetic grounded in traditional representational painting and drawing. Nora mines a vast pool of personal interests ranging from Southern California culture and biology to drag queen aesthetics to make statements on consciousness, alternate realities, and identity.
Martin-Hall has exhibited work in Los Angeles, Miami, Las Vegas, San Francisco and Palm Springs, with works in private collections in the United States, Japan, Sweden, Canada, England, and Turkey.
Nora lives and works in Long Beach and Los Angeles, CA.