Caley J. Hall (born 1975) is classified as a listed known New Zealand artist. Webb’s auction house value small pieces between $1000 to $2000 NZD. Large commission pieces start at $6000 to $99,000 Investment pieces are $100,000 to $300,000 currently.
Hall specializes in oil painting, and is well known for his Fiordland landscapes and expressionist abstracts.
A largely self-taught artist, he has learned techniques and takes inspiration from other New Zealand artists, including renowned Queenstown-based painter Tim Wilson, Canterbury wilderness artist Nathanael Provis and Central Otago-based painter Peter Beadle. He exhibits regulary and is full time painting commissions for clients. He also has donated a substantial percentage of his total income derived from art sales from the last ten years to charitable groups which won him a Kiwibank community hero awards in 2018 and again in 2019 where he was awarded a medal. They were awarded for going above and beyond in the community.