Vanessa Hall-Patch is a Canadian artist who creates works on paper by layering multiple photo-based printmaking techniques, such as etching, screen printing, relief and embossment. In her work, process informs outcome in an intersection of both traditional and digital methods. Focusing on themes of collecting, recording and preservation, Hall-Patch documents vernacular structures within her rural surroundings of Bowen Island, British Columbia.
Hall-Patch exhibits nationally and internationally with works in upcoming exhibitions in Russia and Bulgaria. Past exhibitions include: The International Print Center New York; The Hall Awa Japanese Handmade Paper, Tokushima, Japan; Los Angeles Print Space; The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery and the Highpoint Center for Printmaking, MN.
Hall-Patch received her BFA from Queen’s University and her MFA from the University of Alberta. She lives on Bowen Island and commutes to Vancouver where she works as a Shop Technologies Coordinator and Continuing Studies instructor at Emily Carr University of Art and Design.