Hannah’s sculptures are a combination of abstraction and realism, mostly derived from the figurative. Her inspiration comes from the truth in natural forms and the human body; her sculptures express the creative spirit found in life. Hannah works from her Birmingham based studio.
Hannah left a career in advertising in 1996 to study figurative sculpture and has since had many high profile commissions including one to create a 2.01m high bronze of ’Diana the Huntress’ for the Earl of Harrowby of Sandon Hall, Staffordshire. She also made a larger than life-sized portrait bust of Lancelot Capability Brown to mark the tercentenary of this great landscape architect and later of Humphry Repton his successor. In 2019 she recreated a bronze pair of half life-sized heraldic lions based on 16th century lead originals which had previously been stolen from an estate in Northamptonshire.
Hannah works in many mediums and scales, carving in stone and plaster, modelling in clay and wax and casting in bronze and other materials. She produces many works to commission from portrait busts to large outdoor pieces.