Predominantly a landscape painter, Hannah Buchanan (b.1997) is a British artist currently based in Kent. Buchanan’s focus on the landscape is stimulated by her passion for the environment and an interest in Biocentrism. Buchanan studied Fine Art with History of Art at the University of Leeds where she developed her ability to capture the delicacy of the English countryside through oil painting. Buchanan aims to create a sense of nostalgia in her work, simultaneously reminding the viewer of the fragility of our climate today. Buchanan has exhibited nationally, most notably with the Royal Glasgow Institute, winning the Cuthbert Award for ‘Work of Distinction from a New Young Artist.’ She enjoys painting in a greenhouse as her studio, as she is inspired by the greenery around her that is constantly changing through the seasons.
Hannah in her studio