Hannah’s work is held in several collections including the National Gallery of Australia, The Australian High Commission (Singapore), Deakin University Art Collection, and the KPMG Art Collection. Graduating from ANU School of Art in 2011, Hannah is the recipient of an impressive number of awards, and has undertaken residencies in Japan, Singapore, and Berlin.
Throughout her eight week residency, Hannah took every opportunity to explore the region and interact with its people, including holding workshops with school children in Newman, Nullagine, and Marble Bar, giving artists talks and inviting the community to watch her work. Hannah’s artwork, which was inspired by the region’s ancient rock formations and gorges, is a real testament to the beauty, depth and spirit of the East Pilbara.
Geologic time, 2014. Steel, aluminium and shadow.
A less awkward silence, 2014. Acrylic on Belgian linen.
Marble Bar Pool - Graphite on kozo paper.
Community Participation in the field. Marble Bar School Workshops.
Etching at Marble Bar
The welding of "Drawing Breath", 2014.
Detail of "Drawing Breath", 2014. Forged and welded steel.
Drawing Breath - On location at Marble Bar.