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Imitation of Life

Imitation of Life

Here is a preview of Anna’s newest painting, “Imitation of Life”, Oil on Canvas, 56″ x 38″. This new painting (and several others) will be shown publicly for the first time on August 7, 2014, at the Scott Richards Contemporary Art gallery in San Francisco, California. Please click HERE to view the...
Persona

Persona

Persona, Oil on Canvas, 56″ x 38″, by Anna Halldin Maule Detail:
Papillon

Papillon

Papillon, Oil on Canvas, 56″ x 36″, by Anna Halldin Maule Click on image to view larger Details of Above Painting Detail 1. Click on image to view larger Detail 2. Click on image to view larger
Her Secret Weapon

Her Secret Weapon

Her Secret Weapon, Oil on Canvas, 56″ x 56″, by Anna Halldin-Maule. Watch video below to see how Anna created her latest painting. Click on image to view larger.     Details of above painting.   Detail 1. Click on image to view larger. Detail 2. Click on image to...
A Girl Can Dream (blue)

A Girl Can Dream (blue)

Anna has just completed her latest painting, “A Girl Can Dream (blue)”. Oil on Canvas, 56″ x 38″. Click on images to view larger.  
A Girl Can Dream (orange)

A Girl Can Dream (orange)

Anna has just completed her latest painting, “A Girl Can Dream (orange)”. Oil on Canvas, 56″ x 38″. Click on image to view larger.
Weapon of Mass Consumption

Weapon of Mass Consumption

By Anna Halldin-Maule, Oil on Canvas, 56″ x 36″. Watch video below to see Anna create this painting.
Her New Religion

Her New Religion

By Anna Halldin-Maule, Oil on Canvas, 56″ x 38″. Watch video to see Anna create this painting.
Secret Beach

Secret Beach

By Anna Halldin-Maule, Oil on Canvas, 34″ x 60″. Click on Image to view it larger. Watch video to see Anna create this painting.
Retail Therapy

Retail Therapy

By Anna Halldin-Maule, Oil on Canvas, 56″ x 38″.  
Covet—Its my bag bitch!

Covet—Its my bag bitch!

By Anna Halldin-Maule, Oil on Canvas, 68″ x 60″. Watch video to see Anna create this painting.
A Head for Fashion

A Head for Fashion

By Anna Halldin-Maule, Oil on Canvas, 48″ x 68″. Watch video to see Anna create this painting.  
Pedestal 02

Pedestal 02

By Anna Halldin-Maule, Oil on Canvas, 64″ x 32″. Watch video to see Anna create this painting.
Pedestal 01

Pedestal 01

By Anna Halldin-Maule, Oil on Canvas, 56″ x 32″. Watch video to see Anna create this painting.
Obsessed

Obsessed

By Anna Halldin-Maule, Oil on Canvas, 72″ x 48″. Watch video to see Anna create this painting.
Latest entries
Solo Exhibition Announcement

Solo Exhibition Announcement

Anna is very proud to announce that the Scott Richards Contemporary Art gallery in San Francisco will be having a solo exhibition of her newest paintings. Opening night is August 7, 2014 and the exhibition will run through September 2, 2014. All are welcome…hope to see you there!   Scott Richards Contemporary Art 251 Post...
Happy New Year!!

Happy New Year!!

Anna and I had a wonderful New Year’s celebration, we wish all of you the very best in 2014! Eric, Paula, Anna, Yours Truly Fashion designer Jason Wu + Anna
Making Of... Papillon + A Girl Can Dream [Video]

Making Of… Papillon + A Girl Can Dream [Video]

Anna Halldin-Maule creates her two newest oil-paintings, Papillon and A Girl Can Dream. Watch the whole process of her working with the models, capturing the perfect pose, and the meticulous brushstroke by brushstroke method of her amazing painting technique.
Monaco Grand Prix

Monaco Grand Prix

Formula 1 is my favorite sport. I watched my first race in 1989 (San Marino Grand Prix) and I haven’t missed a single race since. I was immediately hooked. Back in the nineties, F1 in America was for the most part unknown and unappreciated by the vast majority of American sports fans, and that was...
Villefranche-sur-Mer

Villefranche-sur-Mer

After Paris, Anna and I headed to the Côte d’Azur and the beautiful small fishing town of Villefranche-sur-Mer. All Photos © 2013 Halldin+Maule • Leica M9 Click on images to view larger. The train ride via TGV from Paris to Nice, and then on to Villefranche-sur-Mer, takes close to 6 hours. But importantly, those are...
Paris 2013

Paris 2013

It was only just last summer that Anna and I visited Paris. But what the hell…life is short, why not go again? This time, we decided that we would seek out the areas of Paris that are less touristed. As we saw a lot of the “must see” attractions on our last visit, this trip...
Chanel : Outtakes

Chanel : Outtakes

Here are some Chanel themed outtakes from some of our recent photo shoots. Click on images to view larger. All Photos © Halldin+Maule 2013 All Photos © Halldin+Maule 2013
Making of... Her Secret Weapon [Video]

Making of… Her Secret Weapon [Video]

Anna Halldin-Maule creates her latest oil-painting, Her Secret Weapon. Watch the whole process of her working with the model, capturing the perfect pose, and the meticulous brushstroke by brushstroke method of her amazing painting technique. View the completed painting here.
Jocelyn

Jocelyn

Anna has been working with a new model in preparation for future paintings. Here are a few pics from our first session with Jocelyn. Click on images to view larger.
Abi

Abi

Its been awhile since I’ve added a new post, my apologies. The problem lies in the fact that it takes a great deal of time for Anna to create her paintings. They are so detailed and labor intensive that even though she is at the easel 6 days a week, it still takes her several...
Paris : [4]

Paris : [4]

Our final post from our recent trip to Paris. All photos © Halldin+Maule  2012 • taken with a Leica M9 + Leica 35mm Summicron f/2 ASPH. (Click on images to view larger) Pont Alexandre III (bridge over the Seine.) Arc de Triomphe Anna The view from our hotel room terrace. At 10 every night, the lights of the Eiffel...
Paris : [3]

Paris : [3]

Liberté, Égalité, Cigaretté. So, this post is not meant to be a rant against smoking, in fact, with Earth’s human population at 7 billion and counting— by all means, smoke away! Going to Paris, Anna and I knew of the smoking habits of the French and we weren’t at all surprised that there would me...