Sasha Hallock is a contemporary painter living and working in Brooklyn, New York. With an Iranian father and American mother, Hallock’s paintings speak to a “bringing together,” of disparate pieces to create an object of beauty.
Geometric forms, vibrant colors, odd textures and sculptural objects populate Hallock’s paintings. Each painting is the result of meticulous building, one line, shape, and color in relationship to the next. Hallock uses a unique abstract language to express themes of play, joy and faith.
Hallock is a graduate of the State University of New York at New Paltz with a concentration in painting and drawing. His work is held in private collections in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, London, Tokyo, and Tehran. He is represented by Susan Eley Fine Art.