Hall of Waters Trust Featured Artists and Photographers Digital art and photographs inspired by water or the Hall of Waters

Featured digital artist: Anna Swajgier

Anna Swajgier, a/k/a Cylonka, is a talented digital artist from Poland. You can view her work by clicking the link below. This digital photomanipulation shows steam pipes rising from a body of water.

Featured ARt deco photographer: Jacia Phillips

Jacia Phillips is an architectural and fine art photographer with a true passion for Art Deco architecture. After 9 years in Chicago and Miami, she has photographically fallen head-over-heels for The Art Deco Style and makes pilgrimages to appreciate new examples of the style whenever she can.

Now based in the Kansas City area, Jacia works as a commercial photographer capturing dynamic images for clients in the architecture, construction and design industries. When she heard the historic Hall of Waters needed inspiring images to gain attention and investment for its renewal, she knew she was the one who could best present its value and potential for all to envision. She holds high hopes the healing waters will soon flow again within a beautifully re-imagined Art Deco space.

Visit Jacia Phillips’ website to see more of her photography: www.ArchPhotoKC.com

Below are a few examples of exterior shots of the Hall of Waters by Jacia Phillips, depicting classic Mayan Revival Art Deco style. The title page image also is by Jacia. Jacia has captured the vibrancy of the Hall with her blending of exposures technique.

World's Fair Posters

The Hall of Waters was built in the decade of the 1930's. Here are a few posters advertising the World's Fairs during that decade. The Art Deco styling of these posters is in keeping with the style of the Hall of Waters.


The hall of waters Trust wishes to thank all these artists for their contributions.

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