Jeffrey began his painting career nearly 50 years ago as a resident of the beautiful coastal art community of Cannon Beach, Oregon. Although primarily self taught, he studied with three Northwest Watercolorists in the early 1970’s and just kept painting. Known for his ability to capture the beauty and moods of the places where water joins land, Jeff controls the difficult medium of watercolor, often in very large paintings. In 2006, after 25 years of painting watercolor exclusively, he returned to oil painting as well adding another medium to help him communicate his deep love for coast. He is rarely found far from the ocean’s edge, the source of his inspiration.

After many years of displaying his artwork locally and in other galleries on the west coast, Jeff and his wife Carol opened their own gallery in 1987. Located on the second level of Sandpiper Square in the heart of downtown Cannon Beach, the gallery features exclusively the work of Jeffrey Hull. His representational work is displayed in the form of Original Watercolors, Oils, and Giclée Prints.

Jeffrey appeared on Oregon Art Beat, an Emmy award winning weekly television series produced by Oregon Public Broadcast (OPB). The show profiles artists, musicians and artisans. Jeff is featured painting and talking about his work. Bill, Tom and Katrina, the crew from Oregon Art Beat, are shown along with Jeff during the filming in 2008. The photo is hot linked to the segment on Oregon Public Broadcasting’s webpage if you’d like to view it.