William Hall has been working as a full time artist since the late 70s, creating extremely textural work that celebrates the unique character and quality of the human touch. With a gritty disregard for symmetry and perfection, William’s work mimics the evolutionary process of time, decay, erosion, and regeneration. Although he has worked with almost all traditional mediums at one point or another, William has enjoyed working with grout since he discovered its versatility in 2000. With traditional media, William often found himself questioning the validity of his work as he felt influenced by what he liked in other artists’ work. With grout, William has found he enjoys working with a blank slate and no influences to avoid.