Ron Hall has been an artist and art educator for the last twenty years. This award winning artist has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the North Island. Recent highlights of Hall’s career have included his gaining a Master of Fine Arts degree, being judged as overall winner by Barry Lett in the open section of the Molly-Morpeth Awards and the inclusion of his work in a public art collection. Hall is a full time artist presently involved with the moderation of Masters and Diploma students work in two tertiary institutions, and is a visiting tutor for the visual arts, Christchurch College of Education, New Zealand.
In 2009 Ron was a winner of two Tauranga National Art Awards and was premier winner of the Rotorua Art Awards judged by Jonathon Manewheoki from Te Papa. Ron Hall is most known for his formalist art assemblages containing beehive boxes, tea boxes and other industrial materials.