Hallie Hart

Hallie Hart is an international abstract expressionist and documentary film maker.

BIO

Hallie Hart is an American born artist raised in New York City. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a M.A. in English Literature and excelled at creative writing. Beyond her passion for writing, Hart felt magnetically drawn to painting with a deep and instant connection to abstract expressionism. Hart interned for abstract painter, Annaleis van Dommelen in Holland and it led to an awakening within that she had never felt before. To Hart the concept of gestural expressionism would allow her to channel the methodical chaos of everything happening around her into moments; paintings. Hart’s practice as an artist was then set into motion.

Aligning with Pollock in his conceptual and physical approach to picture making, Hart has always chosen to be over her work to have a wide angle view of the overall painting and to continuously be able to work around it. However, instead of Pollock’s use of sticks and brushes to drip paint, Hart uses only her hands to manipulate, flick, splatter or throw paint. Further defining Hart’s unique practice is her use of catwalks, some spanning eight meters in order to physically get over or into the middle of her pieces.

Hart in 2016 took her love of film and produced and wrote a short documentary titled “Fragments, Michael Gitlin”. The film is a fascinating and provocative expose into the life and work of Mr. Gitlin. Hart is currently writing her next full length documentary. Hart is a women’s empowerment activist, and is a leading business woman as well. She will be launching HX NYC incorporating the beauty of her paintings into wearable art that cross over to jewelry, apparel and home lines.

Hart has received numerous awards including the prestigious, GemLucArt Award. Hart’s paintings have been exhibited widely and her work can be found in numerous corporate and private collections across Europe, Asia and the United States.Hart lives between and maintains studios in New York, London and Monaco.

Diamond #1

30 ” x  30″

 Diamond #2

30 ” x  24″

Diamond #3

34 ” x  34″

Diamond #4

24 ” x  24″

Diamond #5

24 ” x  24″

Diamond #6

30 ” x  30″

Diamond #7

38 ” x  38″

Diamond #8

38 ” x  38″

Diamond #9

30 ” x  24″

Diamond #10

24 ” x  24″

Diamond #11

30 ” x  24″

Diamond #12

30 ” x  24″

Diamond #13

24 ” x  24″

Diamond #14

34 ” x  34″

Diamond #15

24 ” x  24″

Diamond #16

30 ” x  24″

Diamond #17

34 ” x  34″

Diamond #18

60 ” x  35″

Red-I

60 ” x 42″

Blue-I

60 ” x 42″

BlackWhite-I

42 ” x 84″

BlackWhite-II

42 ” x 84″

Actual-II

48 ” x 36″

Geometric-I

42 ” x 42″

Geometric-II

72 ” x 42″

Implied-I

48 “x 48”

Radius-I

30 “x 22”

Datum I, Datum II, Datum III

24″x 22″,  30″ x 20″,  24″x 20″

Solidarity-I

42 “x 72”

Sygyzy-I

42 “x 72”

Act Three

72 “x 42”

Race Car

96 “x 54”

Man and Women

96 “x 54”

Jakpo

72 “x 42”

Inferno

96 “x 54”

 USA Flag

96 “x 54”

Web

96 “x 54”

Winter Storm

96 “x 54”

De l’eau

96 “x 54”

Enque

96 “x 54”

Element

72 “x 72”

Tree of Life

72 “x 72”

Black and Gold

74 “x 74”

Black on Black I

96 “x 54”

Number Six

96 “x 54”

Gun Scope

72″ in round

Day and Night

72″ in round

Untitled

72″ in round

Untitled-Two

72″ in round

Black Diamond

48 “x 48”

Black Flower

72 “x 72”

Blue Bird

60 “x 60”

Gold Rush

61 “x 49”