Adam Halls is a contemporary textile artist who is pushing the boundaries of the medium with his stunning, intricate works. By combining traditional techniques with a modern sensibility and drawing inspiration from the natural beauty of his surroundings. His works offer a glimpse into the possibilities of textile art and are a testament to the power of patient, careful craftsmanship.


Halls draws inspiration from his surroundings on the family farm in Bodmin, Cornwall, where he is drawn to the lichen on the rocks and flowers in the garden. This connection to nature is evident in the organic shapes and patterns in his pieces, as well as the use of natural dyes.


Adam hand-dyes his material, allowing him to create subtle colour variations that add depth and complexity to his pieces, while his labour-intensive process of hand and machine stitching techniques on large-scale works adds a sense of grandeur. The end results of his textile paintings are visually stunning pieces and draw the viewer in and invite closer inspection. 


At the London Art fair 2023, Halls’ most recent artworks ‘Dahlia Garden’ and ‘Evening Approaches’ received recognition and drew attention from art enthusiasts and collectors alike. His unique approach to textile art has set him apart as a rising star in the art world, and his works are sure to continue to captivate and inspire for years to come.