Karla Hall is an award winning artist who has been teaching studio art for over 30 years, both private and at all levels in the public school sector. She currently teaches AP and high school art classes.
Her love of wildlife carries into Karla’s paintings. As a hunter, she utilizes her art as a taxidermist. She has worked with the Humane Society in their wild life rehabilitation raising bears, wolves, mountain lions and many other animals. These broad experiences have given her the knowledge and understanding of how to paint animals.
After working in many mediums, Karla works primarily in oil and acrylic paints. She enjoys the challenge of commissions to paint animals, pets and portraits of people. She has shown her art in numerous galleries.
After studying commercial art at the University of Northwestern, St. Paul, for several years. Karla currently lives on a hobby farm in Stillwater, Minnesota, where she raised two sons with her husband, John.