the completion of this project, please email
Richard Kane or call 207-359-2320.
to be posted shortly
Beverly Hallam: Maine Master
– photographer, painter, teacher, Hallam popularized the
use of acrylics giving her first lecture on polyvinyl acetate
at Syracuse University in 1953.
Amongst acrylic’s earliest pioneers, Hallam continued to
demonstrate her experimenting and inventive mind making groundbreaking
strides in the use of the airbrush which resulted in an acclaimed
series of flower paintings.
Today, well into her 80s, Hallam creates stunning computer art
generated from various software. Her lack of aversion to risk
taking and her child-like sense of wonder and joy in creating
art makes her an extraordinary example for young artists. Hallam
lives in York, Maine.
This project is currently in production and in need of completion
funding. Produced and photographed by Richard Kane.