Don Hall

About the Artist

Don Hall grew up in Saskatchewan and has explored and recorded much of the Saskatchewan landscape throughout his life and career. For a number of years, he has worked as the head of the Photography Department at the University of Regina and taught photography classes. He is known as one of Saskatchewan’s finest photographers and is included in many public and private collections.

Hall began his training by attending the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus in 1968-1970.  He continued his studies at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in Edmonton, Alberta where he received a Diploma of Photographic technology in 1972.

Prairie Landscape Hall’s curiosity and love of travel have led him to discover many regions in Saskatchewan and beyond. Of particular interest to him is how mankind has touched and changed the landscape. He appreciates the vastness of the space in this province and takes advantage of the varieties of light the changing seasons offer. His  cameraIn photography, a tool for producing photographs, having a lightproof enclosure with an aperture and a shuttered lens through which the image of an object is focused and recorded on a photosensitive film or plate. In video, a device that receives the primary image on a light-sensitive cathode tube and transforms it into electrical impulses. (Artlex.com) Find out about 35-mm cameras at Wikipedia:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/135_film  is a constant companion and he is continually seeking interesting and provocative images and vistas. Don Hall says all photography is about light, all kinds of different light. He is ever cognizant of this and captures the ever-changing light of the prairies in his photos.


How He Got Interested in Photography
Identity is Reflected in Environment
Influencial Photographers
Place Identity and the Ability to Create Art
Still Life
Canadian Heritage University of Regina Mackenzie Art Gallery Mendel Art Gallery Sask Learning