Artist of the Month: Hannah Bailey

We were delighted to see that our very own Hannah Bailey is Coexist's Artist of the Month for March, which means you'll be able to find her beautiful artwork dotted generously around Hamilton House over the next four weeks.

Hannah's striking black and white underwater illustration can be seen sporting the cover of Hamilton House's monthly programme, and select pieces of Hannah's work will be hanging on The Canteen's wall of fame for the duration of March, including Hannah's brand new fossil finders map and wild window illustration.
If you like what you see, you can purchase framed and unframed prints of Hannah's from the Coexist reception opposite.
Be sure to pick up one of these lovely free programmes (pictured below) from Hamilton House, too (or have a quick peek online, here).

After graduating from the University of Brighton, Hannah moved to Bristol where she works as freelance illustrator from the Drawn in Bristol studio, and tends her much loved vegetable patch. Hannah’s work is riddled with hidden secrets and wordplays, and is heavily influenced by her love of map-drawing, gardens, castles and imagined landscapes. She works with a mixture of cut-outs, stencils and wonky lines, black ink and gouache.

You can view more of Hannah's work here.

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