Lacey Hall is a painter born in Pittsburgh, PA in 1992. She has a BFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design and lives and works in Homestead, PA.

She creates surreal spaces where she invites the viewer to feel immersed in her unique worlds. Her work is often intimate and small in scale. Detailed paintings of imaginary rooms and landscapes are filled with imagery from her daily life, such as nightgowns, slippers and crystals along with a well-curated collection of source images from her favorite films, shows, and books. Her work draws from her experience of sadness, isolation, and escapism. Rolling hills and rivers flow through a girlish fairytale land inhabited by emotional and lonely women, whose companions are mostly dogs and rabbits.