Hannah grew up in rural England surrounded by green countryside and wildlife. With a fascination of animals and “saving them” she would often return home with wounded animals to care for. This drove her to think about the progression of life and how we are all subject to our own mortality. After finishing school, she embarked on a few years of traveling pursuing her desire to experience the world. After much exploration and various destinations to call home she settled in Tahoe, where she is currently the ceramics lab technician for Sierra Nevada College.
Ceramics is her predominant choice of medium, apt for her work due to the transitional qualities of clay. Her work is a contemplation of our existence, nostalgia about items and relics left behind. Collecting things throughout our lives – trophies, accomplishments – humans want to leave behind a legacy. Throughout the world our rituals vary for the dead but there is always a consideration for how this topic is dealt with. Animals and humans both have an instinctual drive for their survival and for that of their kin. An exploration of life, transformation and the passage between is how she regards her work.
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