Roger Hall first became interested in illustration as a young child, through the influence of an artistic older brother. As a teenager he developed an affinity for such artists as Gustave Dore, Albrect Durer, and MC Escher, and decided to try his own hand at drawing.
While most of Roger's drawing ability was self-taught, he did receive some formal training at the Bougie Studio in Minneapolis. Afterwards he started working regularly within the medium of pen and ink. He developed a particular interest in rendering wildlife and architectural subjects, and began to show his work at galleries in and around the Twin Cities, including Uptown Art in Minneapolis proper. His artwork has appeared in newspapers, brochures, websites, and books.
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