Hannah Lee is a recent graduate from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland where she received her BFA in graphic design in the fall of 2013.
‘My work explores a multitude of mediums, including the web, printmaking, and illustration. I’m continually inspired by mythology and our contemporary, global interpretations. Landscape and abstractions inspired by nature are also major influences on my work. I believe in the importance of process, particularly in highlighting the imperfections of my work. Much in the way my favorite artists Lisa Congdon, Vera Neumann, and Jon Contino have created continually inspiring work.
Pattern Per Diem is a current 365 project, an evolving exploration of surface through pattern design. I have created over 250 images to date, and am working on creating prints from the series. This project has allowed me to grow as an illustrator, and discover personal style and technique through experimentation.’