The 17th Annual Western Loudoun Art & Studio Tour


Friday, Saturday, Sunday, June 7, 8 & 9, 2024

10:00am - 5:00pm NOTE: Not all studios open on Friday, June 7

Jeffery Hall

Saturday and Sunday Only

Sculpture, Metalwork

Jeff Hall Studio
39331 Rodeffer Road,
Lovettsville, VA 20180

Catoctin Region Cluster, 2023 Stop #7


© Jeffery Hall image c 2019
bronze: Stanley Caulkins
great contributors, Stanley Caulkins was co founder of the Leesburg airport and is at the site of his old jewelry store that he ran for 61 years

In my exploration of the figure I am really composing a reflection of the great beauty and the majesty of creation itself and as such, it’s only natural that the honing of my craft is something that I do for the purpose of trying to be as faithful to that reflection and as honest in my response as I am humanly capable.

I focus on monumental and heroic poses that exaggerate the figure. This gives me more latitude for a strong pose, and that is where I find the beauty. The figure is more than just a body in motion – it is also a mind at work. While the human body itself is beautiful, the mind affects body language, and the inner emotions can be realized with a gesture. I generally don’t concern myself with scale relationships within a sculptural piece in order to push the narrative, in that respect the image becomes a little surreal.

I have received numerous museum sculpture awards. My hundreds of architectural sculptures adorn government buildings, and many other public spaces.

© Jeffery Hall image 1991-2000
Bronze and Lucite: Pearl Diver
Combining Bronze and Lucite takes great deal of knowledge in mold making, shrink rates of materials and precision joining of organic shapes.
© Jeffery Hall image 2002
Bronze/Lucite: Heavens view
Combining Bronze and Lucite takes great deal of knowledge in mold making, shrink rates of materials and precision joining of organic shapes.
© Jeffery Hall image 2005
Terra-Cotta: Slave fragment
I sculpt the original figure, a plaster mold is made on the original sculpture. Slabs of textured clay with brick, lath ,gears or what ever are torn and pressed in layers into the figure mold, so that each torso is different. They are multiple originals within a Limited edition of that figure form.
© Jeffery Hall image 2009
Bronze: Ulysses Grant
© Jeffery Hall image 2014
Clay for Bronze: Buffalo Soldier
Portrait of Morgan Freeman as a union soldier from the movie Glory
© Jeffery Hall image 2012
Bronze: Man Nature Balanced full
© Jeffery Hall image 2015
Bronze: Dr. Martin Luther King
© Jeffery Hall image 2018
Bronze: Spirit of Learning
The joy of learning come alive when a book opens the imagination takes flight
© Jeffery Hall image 2019
Polychromed Steel: Skate Park
Poly chromed steel rings are stacked with silhouettes of a BMX bike, a rollerblader and skate boarders doing various tricks
© Jeffery Hall image 2020
Resin, wood Brass: Stable Mates
Three horse heads together framed in a circle surrounded by various size and shaped weathered oak fence boards with brass balls at the tip of some of the boards
© Jeffery Hall image 2021
Bronze: Dr. Bob and Judy Fisher
The President of Belmont University Dr. Bob Fisher and his Wife in front of the Fisher Performing Arts center
© Jeffery Hall image 2022
Bronze: Reaching for the future
Two kids, one girl and one African American boy reaching for the future, the world. Representing a style of teaching. Installed at the Capitol Hill Montessori school in Washington DC

Available from this artist:
Bronze, Lucite and ceramic figure sculpture, Reliefs, metal work

Saturday and Sunday Only

Map and Directions:

Catoctin Region Stop #7

Directions to Jeff Hall Studio:

From Route 7 or Route 9, turn north on Route 287 toward Lovettsville, then turn right on Rodeffer Road (Route 682). Turn right at the T in the road, then right into driveway after 1/4 mile. Studio is at top of driveway in upstairs of Bank Barn.

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