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Conversations with the Inspiring Julia G.Hall

Today we’d like to introduce you to Julia G.Hall.

So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
I was born and raised in Los Angeles. I started painting at the age of 5, I was privately trained for 7 years.
My unique story started as I quit painting at the age of 17. I was classically trained for so long that I knew nothing else.

I met and boy and got married and had my 1st child at 21. When I was about 24 years old struggling with life, I knew there was something missing. My art. It never leaves you. That’s when I realized I was an artist. I started again, but I was still doing the same classical style. Portraits, fruits and bowls, and anything from a photograph. By the time I was 25, I had over 100 paintings that were only about 1/4 way done. never finished a painting in my entire life on my own. At this time, our family was stationed in Fort Knox, KY. My husband was in the Army. My husband was deployed to Afghanistan, at this time, I was so heartbroken and afraid for my husband, so one day, I put my iPod on and started to truly listen to the beats. How it magically flowed altogether. I could vision the colors and they were wild but still made sense. My entire life started to play with a flow of the music. The pain, sorrow, my childhood memories. I felt it all and it powerful. That’s how my abstract was born.

So let’s switch gears a bit and go into your business story. Tell us more about the business.
My artwork represents the flow of life. No matter how bright or dark the colors of life are, they still flow.
I love the color black. Our pathway in life might be straight at times or rocky but still our pathway is still
outlined in black. My inspiration for art is always going to be music. Music is so powerful and mind altering.
When I hear music, I can visually see all the colors and movements.

For good reason, society often focuses more on the problems rather than the opportunities that exist, because the problems need to be solved. However, we’d probably also benefit from looking for and recognizing the opportunities that women are better positioned to capitalize on. Have you discovered such opportunities?
My advice would be to just do it. Life is too short to not have fun. It doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks.
It’s your art. It represents you. Be proud of who you are!

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