My latest body of work explores the perception of space in landscapes from different parts of the world. My paintings invite you to connect with colour and nature, and enjoy the effect they have on our well-being.
Using palette knives to create texture along with a technique known as scumbling, I can create clouds, skies, sandy shores and seas. I enjoy seeing the paint go on its own journey down the canvas and often stumble across areas of intrigue by trial and error, which often end up in the final piece. It has taken me twenty years to know when to stop painting, when to let go and not overwork a piece.
Escape into calm and moody landscapes and seascapes created from memories of my travels and love of island life.
You can see more about Hannah and her art on her website.