The Artist; Jeff Hall's art career spans decades. As a kid I started airbrushing in the mid 70s using a truck tire inner tube for air. I honed my skills airbrushing T-shirts At night, after working all day as a machinist in the industrial shops out side of Detroit. I then moved on to motorcycles & cars, I bought a 1970 AMC Javilin from a returning Vietnam vet and built my first show car. I used every paint trick in the book and even invented some. That car was my rolling portfolio. I moved to Baltimore in 1979 where I first drove it up to Flips Customs. His brother had just built a show bike with an Arlen Ness frame and needed some artwork, (timing is everything.) At about the same time I also started painting for Bro Customs, I painted on the curved metal of motorcycles and hot rods there for 15 years, working my way threw art college. These busy hands couldnít do enough, so while In college I took a lot of figure sculpture classes. Sculpting was something that I had to express for a while. In a lot of ways motorcycles are the ultimate sculpture they incorporate metal work, engineering and painting. I take a great deal of pride in my part of your rolling sculpture, the artwork. After browsing through these pages, I think you'll see what I mean. I have always tried to give the customer more than they were expecting so that you get the best possible paint job for your hard earned dollars.
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