Nationally recognized sports artist Bill Hall is known for his unique ability to capture the motion and drama so important in sports. His colorful action-packed work has been used to promote the Virginia Slims Master's Tourney, Special Olympics, the '94 World Cup Soccer for both MasterCard and the Mars Candy Company, the Ameritech Senior's Open, the LG Championship PGA Senior's Tourney, the New York Marathon, the Cleveland Grand Prix for its sponsor Pepsi Cola, and images for the World Jai Alai Federation. Additionally, his work was used exclusively to promote the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo from 1998 to 2002.
Bill has completed significant projects for the auto racing industry, like a portrait of Dan Gurney's race team, a portrait of John Force, voted American Motorsports Driver of the Year in '96, and 1999's NASCAR Rookie of the Year, Tony Stewart. He painted two murals for the Malibu SpeedZone entertainment centers located in the City of Industry, CA, Kennesaw, GA and Dallas, TX locations. The mural on the outside of the building, a single yellow Indy car, measures 20 ft. x 88 ft. The interior mural is a series of life size cars racing around a track, 7' tall by 130' long. Easter Seals chose 13 pieces of his art for their 2000 sports calendar.
Other clients include: Chrysler, Coca Cola, Dow Chemical, Federal Express, Frito-Lay, Greg Norman (signed/numbered limited edition portrait), IN-N-OUT Burger/T-shirts and limited edition prints 1993 and 2003, 3 murals for a soccer park in Irving, TX, Texas Motor Speedway, Konami and Accolade Sports Video Games, Miller Brewing, Union Pacific Logistics, EDS race timing system and the 2002 International Olympic Committee.