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Shayne Hull: painter, artist 

 

 


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*** Shayne's work has been selected for the prestigious KY.7 Biennial exhibit.  Click on this link for gallery thumbnails of the show:  http://lal09.jalbum.net/KY.7-Biennial/
 

*** Shayne recently completed a 10' x 20' ceramic tile mural for the newly opened Kosair Children's Outpatient Hospital in Louisville. 

 

*** Below is Shayne's cover art for Bodeco's latest CD, "Soul Boost" (and while you're at it, pick up a copy at your local record store... it's rockin'!) 

Also, the original artwork for the cover, a 24" x 24" ink and Scratchbord drawing, is available for $800.  Contact Shayne through the "Contact" page of this site for more information.

 

Coming Up: Shayne was selected for inclusion in Studio Visit Magazine, Issue #13, due out at newstands early 2011.  We'll post the entry page as soon as it goes to press!

Biography:
 
Shayne Hull is a Louisville-based painter and sculptor. His work has been shown in over 150 exhibits since 1992, including 25 solo exhibitions, and can be found in the permanent collections of Brown-Forman, 21C Museum and The Kentucky Arts Council. 
 
Hull has a Master of Fine Arts degree from Maryland Institute, a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Texas A&M University and  Master of Arts in Teaching (Art P - 12) from the University of Louisville. 
 
In 2002, Hull was one of 20 U.S. painters invited to participate in "The Face of Courage", a nationally traveling exhibition commemorating the fallen heroes of 9/11. 
 
In 2005, his paintings were selected for display in Riga, Latvia as part of the U.S. Art in Embassies Program. In 2008, he completed the much-publicized "Portrait Wall" at 21C Museum in Louisville, creating 100 twelve-inch portraits of prominent Louisvillians. 
 
Recently, Hull has stepped outside of his studio work to design the Woodford Reserve Kentucky Derby Commemorative bottle, the logo for the First Capital Bank 'Live' at the Clifton Center concert series and the CD cover for "Soul Boost", by rock and roll band Bodeco. 

Among many accolades, Hull was previously named one of Louisville's Top Visual Artists by Louisville Magazine and has received multiple awards, including the prestigious Al Smith Fellowship.


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