Painting has always been a passion for Idali Hall. In North Mexico, where she grew up, Idali was first introduced to art by her family. Primarily she worked with her sister doing pastel drawings. After attending college in Monterrey, Mexico, she immersed herself in art culture. While she worked with various contemporary art shops, Idali learned to work with acrylics and oil and to also teach art classes. Working with art shops opened many doors for Idali, which included meeting her mentor Cavazos. Cavazos, a very well known artist in Monterrey, Mexico, offered guidance for Idali’s solo exhibition in June of 2004. Since her marriage and relocation to the United States, Idali has been working on her art and pursuing her dream to of becoming a successful artist.
“Inspiration for my art comes from mixing colors that are always a fascinating fusion. Every work is an exciting experiment, using different types of textures as a guide for colors, making the result a very unique piece. I think that all my art work has a little piece of me inside of it.”