Laurie Talbot Hall holds a Master of Fine Arts Degree with a concentration in Photography and a Doctorate of Psychology Degree with emphasis in personality. She has taught at the University of Iowa School of Art and Art History, the D.H. Lawrence Program of the University of New Mexico, and Albert Einstein in New York. Her art work ranges from large format photography to room-sized installation to tiny mixed media assemblage. Hallís work finds coherence in the subject matter: the internal psychological experience of the individual as one negotiates physical, social and intrapersonal environments. Hall has exhibited widely, is represented in public and private collections and in publications of The American Photography Institute, Magic Silver, Lifework Arts Press, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, the National Womenís Caucus for Art and The University of New Mexico.
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