Working in oil, gouache, graphite, color pencil, and watercolor, and known for her representational images of the idealized Southern California lifestyle, D. J. Hall had her first Los Angeles exhibition in 1975. Since then, her work has been exhibited throughout the United States, Europe, and Japan. Solo museum exhibitions include California Heritage Museum, Palm Springs Art Museum, and Barnsdall Park Municipal Art Gallery, including solo exhibitions at Koplin Del Rio in Los Angeles, and O.K. Harris in New York. Her work has been included in more than 80 museum and gallery exhibitions. Featured in numerous publications, television and radio broadcasts, she has also worked on projects for feature film, theatre, and for the Los Angeles International Airport. She is represented in Los Angeles by Craig Krull Gallery. Her papers are archived in the Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA. She has taught at LMU since 2012.
Courses Taught at LMU
ART 153 Drawing I, ART 154 Drawing II,
ART 300 Figure Drawing Workshop, ART 310 Colored Pencil Drawing, ART 333 Visualizing Literature