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You might notice that the books within my works have titles. These are sometimes a nod to one of my favorite books, or a reference to the person who inspired the work. I also love tea, bone China, and pattern. This piece celebrates some of my favorite themes and inspirations!


A newborn panda is about the size of a stick of butter—about 1/900th the size of its mother—but females can grow up to about 200 pounds, while males can grow up to about 300 pounds as adults. These bears are excellent tree climbers despite their bulk.Pandas live mainly in temperate forests high in the mountains of southwest China, where they subsist almost entirely on bamboo. They must eat around 26 to 84 pounds of it every day, depending on what part of the bamboo they are eating. They use their enlarged wrist bones that function as opposable thumbs.


Interesting fact: Pandas are only native to China, so all pandas in American zoos are on loan from the Chinese government. Even those born on American soil are considered property of China. There are an estimated 1,800 pandas in the wild. Painting by Alexandra Hall measures 36"x48"x2". This is an original acrylic painting on gallery-wrapped canvas.


This is another piece in my Endangered and Extinct collection. The well-dressed panda is reading a collection of literature whilst sipping tea and munching on his snack of choice. There are dozens of patterns integrated into this work—some are reflective of old block printed designs and others are more modern. This dapper fellow is overdressed for any occasion.


The work is an acrylic painting on gallery wrapped canvas. The piece is wired and ready to hang. The wrap allows it to be displayed without a frame. The dimensions are 3’ x 4’ x 2”


Copyright does not transfer with purchase. Artist owns rights to reproductions and image. 'Bamboo Sheets' ©2022, Alexandra Hall, All Rights Reserved

BAMBOO SHEETS Original Painting

  • "Through my work, I try to bring some whimsy into the mundane. It is my hope that I force my audience to exercise their imagination, that my works inspire conversation and that they evoke joy."

     -Alexandra Hall   ​