Hannah is participating in The Design Co-op, a collaborative pop-up weekend showcasing some of Melbourne's most esteemed designers and creatives. Hannah's paintings will be displayed in-situ as part of a curated interiors space. For more details about the showcase, opening night and the 'speaker series' talks, head to the website. This event is hosted by anaca studio & One Fine Print and is a satellite event to NGV Melbourne Design week.
Exciting projects lined up for 2018 include; participation in Melbourne Design Week in March, a solo exhibition in Sydney in June, and an international collaboration!
A joint exhibition with Melbourne artist Bec Smith, Mutual Abstraction aims to juxtapose their individual collection of works to emphasise the constructed and organic contrasts in their approach to abstraction. Read the Exhibition Synopsis here.
Hannah's artwork featured again on the season 7 set of Offspring on channel 10. This time her Blue Afternoon Series of paintings were hung in the hallway of the character Nina's house.
anaca studio collaboration
In the lead up to the Faraway Exhibition, Hannah had a photo shoot collaboration with Melbourne designed and made anaca studio.
Anaca's bespoke furniture pieces were a perfect pairing. Palette perfection!
Hannah's next solo exhibition Faraway is to be held in Northcote, Melbourne in July 2017. To receive an invitation please sign up to the mailing list.
Open Studio Days
Hannah has released a new body of work for sale and is hosting 'open studio' sessions by appointment in November and early December. For details and a catalogue of works please email Hannah directly.
Peace of Art
Hannah has donated a painting to the Fenton & Fenton Peace of Art fundraiser exhibition. In November, Fenton & Fenton is curating and hosting their biennial Peace of Art event and auction representing almost 100 spectacular Australian Artists, with all proceeds going to the School’s A Gift Program. All of the artwork has been generously donated by a pool of Australian talent, both well-known and up-and-coming and will be available for purchase via an online bidding system.
For more information visit fentonandfenton.com.au
Len Fox Painting Prize
Hannah has been selected as a finalist in the prestigious Len Fox Art Award with her painting Moonrise.
The prize is significant, and one of the richest painting prizes in Australia. The Len Fox Painting Award is a $50,000 acquisitive award initiated and generously funded by Len Fox (1905-2004). This prestigious award commemorates the life and work of his uncle, the influential Australian born painter, Emanuel Phillips Fox (1865-1915). Known for his plein air, impressionist style, Fox’s paintings are characterized by vibrantly coloured landscapes and scenes of everyday life. The 2016 Len Fox Painting Award is an exciting opportunity for artists to interpret these qualities in a contemporary context. View the list of finalist here.
Opening October 8 2016 at Castlemaine Art Gallery
Five of Hannah's paintings feature in the set design of Offspring Season 6 on channel 10.
Hannah's painting Perception has been selected to participate in a group show Life Abstracted at Cambridge Studio Gallery in Collingwood.
Opening Saturday 16 July 2016 2-4 pm