Hannah’s work is often referenced by journeys with her camera. From the starting point of stop-framing any given landscape, be that an abstract or representational view, Hannah uses a variety of mediums including digital drawing, alternative photography and traditional skills in painting and drawing to communicate her personal experience of Northern landscapes from Yorkshire to Shetland. She is currently using Cyanotypes (solar photography) to explore the themes of ‘Shelter and Exposure’ in a project about the Island of Mousa in Shetland.
Although enjoying new explorations in visual language Hannah continues to create large, saturated, watercolours that are very much a part of her artistic identity.
Current methods of working: private commission, gallery exhibitions
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