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Roger Hale

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Flamenco Fields Forever, 2004 Oil on Canvas 205x130cm
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Rosanna's Dance, 1998 Pastel on Paper 70x50cm
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Sam, 2000 Charcoal/acrylic on Paper 80x100cm
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Cockfight_8, 2009 Oil on Board 60x88cm
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Cock Fight 1, 2009 Oil on Board 95 X 23" © Brazzarts
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Stage 4, 2002 Oil on Canvas 210x130cm
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Sepia sketch 2, 1998 Ink and Pastel on Paper 78x106cm
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Veronique Caliente, 2002 Oil on Cavas 80x100cm
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Rosanna's Place, 2008 Oil on Canvas 210x130cm
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Ballet 15, 08/2011 Oil on Canvas 105 X 135cm
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Way Out, 08/2011 Oil 0n Canvas 135x105cm.
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Degas Revisited 3, 07/2011 Oil on Canvas 135x115cm
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Pastel on Paper 27x35cm
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Degas Revisited_1, 06/2011 Oil on Canvas 70x100cm
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Ballet_11, 07/2011 Oil on Canvas 115x135cm
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Pastel sketch 5, /042002 Pastel on Paper 25x35cm.
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Ballet_6, 06/2011 Oil on Cardboard 75.5x51cm
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Tango 1, January 2014 Ink and Grafite 63 X 92.5cm
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Tango 3, January 2014 Oil on Sheet Metal 65 X 100cm © Roger Hale
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TANGO 1 Oil on Sheet Metal 65 X 100cm © Roger Hale
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Farnborough, UK
Birth year
1943
Lives in
Brazil
Works in
Brazil
Schools
Farnham School of Art, 1969
Representing galleries
Bizarts, bussum, The Netherlands
Tags
figurative
Statement

Roger Hale was born in Farnborough, England, on July 24 , 1943. After leaving public school at the age of eighteen and armed with national diplomas displaying a heavy bias to the right side of the brain, Hale  joined the Farnham Academy of Fine Arts.

Hale studied painting, sculpture and lithography but already also showed a keen interest in the graphic arts. Apart from the set fine art courses he developed his own portfolio of graphic design which resulted in him being head hunted by a top international advertising agency. Lost to this heady and glamorous world Hale never had, or took, the time to explore the depths of his talent for painting and sculpture. He has exhibited and sold his work sporadically but high powered career planning and all expenses paid trips to exotic places always managed to win his heart and mind.

Hale held a number of creative and management positions at three of the worlds most reputable agencies in London, Brussels and Amsterdam before starting his own agency under the name of “Hale & Friends.” In February of 1991 Hale took the almost unprecedented step of closing his agency in mid-stream and leaving on an unchartered journey which would eventually lead to building a house on an island in Brazil. He now divides his time between his ateliers on an island in Brazil and Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  

            Hale’s key source of inspiration comes from a passion for the music and dance. He is especially drawn to the vibrant sensuality which is woven into Brazilian (Bahian) and Spanish (Andalucian) cultures. The central theme is movement,  displaying a capacity to move effortlessly from uninhibited brush strokes in oil and acrylic to studied pen lines and controlled aquarel washes. In the words of New art critic, D.F. Colman, “With his lines creating force fields that cleave through space Hale suggests their purpose is to cut through layers of civilization in order to arrive at a new, elemental simplicity --- a new way of being. This involves the body in a state of cerebral eclipse, or rapture”.

 

            Hale has exhibited in The Netherlands, Belgium, New York and Salvador, Bahia.

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