A native of Montrose, Colorado, Hal Bohner took the line of least resistance working as a patent attorney in the corporate malaise of the Silicon Valley. In 1985 Bohner kicked the gray flannel habit, and traded in his slide rule for the badge of mean green attorney machine, taking on pro bono work to protect endangered species and the San Francisco Bay Area coastline. Never far from Bohner's interest in nature, is his infatuation with art. He has studied etching at the San Francisco Art Insitute, and apprenticed with printmaker John Sirica in Washington, D.C. Bohner's paintings have been on exhibition at the Powell Street Gallery in San Francisco and other galleries.
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