b'William A. Hall spent two decades of his life homeless. More than half of that time he lived in a car. Yet remarkably out of these conditions he produced a substantial body of important artwork. Built on the common units of standard sketchbook sheets Will produced a complex array of single and multiple panel images that speak of optimism, safety and survival. Every picture has its own story and relates to things that are happening around him in his life at each moment. Wills images of landscape, constructions and retrofuturistic vehicles essen-tially grow out of his subconscious and are given form by the creative act of drawing.William A Hall is a sensational discovery.The cars finely executed by artist William A. Homeless and destitute but still imbued withHall transcend their original function to be-a powerful creative impulse, he has beencome all-powerful engines, reinforced with able to create a extraordinary opus of workshockproof curvilinear armatures designed depicting his endless inventions and fantasyfor protection. They are transplanted at the landscapes.heart of Lilliputian proliferating universes or post-apocalyptic deserted scenes, victims of John Maizels:Founder of Raw Vision Magazine, author ofan invasive nature. These detailed drawings Raw Creation: Outsider Art & Beyond conceived in seriesevoke all together the super-functionality of Heinrich Anton This volume provides a tantalizing introduc-tion to a clearly extraordinary body of work. Mllers machines, the thematic obsession A visionary draughtsman, writer and inventor,of a Charles Dellschau, and the atmosphere Hall has created a body of work that suggestsof hyper-realistic futuristic illustrations. a fantastical fusion of nature and futuristic technology - all the while homeless and livingValrie Rousseau, Curator, Self-Taught Art and Art Brut, in a series of secondhand cars in Los Angeles,American Folk Art Museum, New YorkCalifornia. How quintessentially American!Tom Patterson, freelance writer, curator and author ofSt. EOM in the Land of Pasqauan Howard Finster, Stranger from Another Worldand .HENRY BOXER GALLERY CoverL Untitled (Train) detail, 2015.Colored pencil on paper www.outsiderart.co.uk 11 x 14 inches'