Hannah has been exploring abstract art techniques for several years now, which has led to the development of bold and colourful paintings.
The techniques she employs are unconventional and result in intriguing visual effects. Squeegees, scrapers, splashing, dripping, masking and basic monoprinting are all tools she uses to construct her imagery.
She often uses plastic or perspex as her surface, which allows her to emphasise the paint’s physical qualities.
Hannah’s work has been shown in a variety of exhibitions.