Trisha Hall is a 22 year old fine artist with her BFA in Fine Art from Central Washington University. She is a Washington state local born and raised in Rochester, WA currently living north of Seattle. Trisha takes pride in being an artist of multiple mediums, with a specialization in oil painting, photography, and watercolor. Mentored by CWU instructors Maya Chachava, Marcus DiSieno, and Rachel Kirk, Trisha spent her time at CWU focused with oils and photography creating her body of figurative work titled, “Flesh”. In her work, Trisha explores the nude figure, body politics, and gender through her use of texture, light, and color theory within her paintings and photography (Read More). Her BFA Senior Thesis Solo Exhibition featured this work in May 2018. Her oil painting, “Smashing the Binary”, was accepted into Central Washington University’s Undergraduate Student Juried Art Exhibition in April 2018, and was the recipient of the Dick Elliot Fine Art Award.