Bermudian artist Graham Foster is best known for his huge mural, 'The Hall of History', located in the Commissioner's House at the Bermuda National Museum in Dockyard, Bermuda. The two storey, 1000 square foot interior mural depicts five centuries of Bermudian history, and took over 3 years to complete. It was officially opened by Her Majesty The Queen in 2009.
A professional artist since 1995, Foster's paintings tend to follow one of two directions - one inspired by Bermuda's flora, fauna, architecture and people that he renders in a uniquely surreal style. The other style is looser, more expressionistic and is often influenced by dreams and the subconscious.
In 2012, Foster completed another mural at the Bermuda College library commemorating the works of Brian Burland, considered by many to be Bermuda's greatest author. In 2014 he completed a 200 square foot mural depicting the history of the Elbow Beach Hotel. In 2017 Foster's painting "Wreck of the Sea Venture" was featured in the Royal Gifts Exhibition at Buckingham Palace.