Doug Hall Teams Up With Local Mural Artist For Neosho Newton County Library Project

The Neosho Newton County Library Board of Trustees and staff are hosting a grand artwork unveiling and donor recognition reception with Neosho artist Doug Hall, and philanthropist Judy Haas Smith. The mural will reflect Neosho’s Big Spring Bluff, and how Doug Hall believes the land probably looked in the 1700s when the Osage Indians lived […]

Doug Hall Prepares An Original Frontier Painting For Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale

Doug Hall has always been drawn to both oil painting and the captivating lives of American history’s frontiersmen. As his career in Eastern Woodland Indian paintings developed, his work began to receive national recognition from many prestigious art institutions. Doug’s work has received national recognition from History Meets the Arts, Gettysburg, PA, the Buffalo Bill […]

Experience Fine Art With Doug Hall’s Limited Edition Giclee Prints

If you are a fan of Doug Hall’s frontier and Eastern Woodland Indian art, you can now make an online purchase of many of his original paintings, or you may choose a limited edition giclee print. If you are wondering what a giclee is, and why you would want one, we’ve created this easy guide […]

A Deeper Look: “The First Battle of Newtonia”, A Doug Hall Original Painting

Artist Doug Hall has been captivated by the lives of American history’s frontiersmen. This parallel dichotomy of interests led this rogue child to choose a trail ride from the Ozarks to Iowa instead of graduating from high school. One of Doug’s original paintings, titled “The First Battle of Newtonia”, depicts one of the most unusual […]

Visit The Log Cabin For Your Next Evening Out

Are you looking for something to do with your significant other besides going to the restaurant or a movie? If so, why not consider Doug Hall’s Log Cabin Art Gallery for your next date. Our patrons believe that we are the most unique art gallery in Missouri (and we tend to agree). Where else can […]