Randy Hall (American, b. 1956) is a painter, photographer and educator living and working in San Angelo, Texas. Hall earned his Bachelor of Arts in Art from Maharishi International University, his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art from Calvin College and his Master of Fine Arts in Painting from Texas Christian University. He has also completed doctoral coursework in Art Education at the University of North Texas.
Since 2004 Hall has been a member of the Angelo State University (ASU) art faculty. Holding the rank of professor, he serves as the Art Area coordinator, curates exhibitions, and teaches courses in Drawing, Design, Graphic Illustration, Painting, Art Education, Digital Imagery, and Senior Portfolio Preparation. He has also co-taught the Great Works in the Arts course through the ASU Honors program and co-directed Study Abroad to the People’s Republic of China and Scotland UK, through the Center for International Studies.
Preceding his appointment at ASU, Mr. Hall directed the art therapy program at the High Frontier, in Fort Davis, Texas, taught courses in Design and Drawing at the University of North Texas, in Denton, Texas, and was Visiting Assistant Professor of Art at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he taught coursework in Art Education.
An active artist Mr. Hall has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions on the local, regional, national, and international levels. In addition to his interest in the visual arts, he enjoys playing classical guitar, practicing and studying the Chinese martial art of Tai Chi and is a strong advocate for animal rights.