Artist Spotlight: Hannah Hook

Apple Still Life by Hannah Hook. 2020

Hannah Hook is a local student artist who attends Randolph Community College in Asheboro, North Carolina. Originally from Virginia, Hannah and her family moved to North Carolina in 2003 and have been here ever since.

Hannah Hook

Ever since she was a kid, Hannah loved art and loved making art. It wasn’t until High School when she really devoted herself to her art.

“My mom was very artistic so there was always that vibe in the house.” She says.

When I asked her, “Why do you do art?” She states, “I just fucking do it, I just do it. I like it. That’s it.”

Hannah has experimented with most mediums, but she typically enjoys painting with oil the most and experimenting with mixed media and found objects.

Baba Yaga’s House. Hannah Hook. Needle felting.

“You have more room to play with when messing with oil since it takes longer to dry. There’s space to try different styles, and since I really like impressionist and fauvist painting, you can choose how well you want to blend everything or choose to have the brush strokes to be very thick and obvious.”

Billie Eilish, Hannah Hook. Oil Paint.

Though Hannah does not want to pursue art as a career, she wants to keep it as a hobby she continues to practice.

“I like to be in complete control of my art.” She states. “Once there’s a deadline or a ‘grade’ put on a piece, it only brings me stress instead of joy and I don’t want that to happen with something I love.”

You can find Hannah and her work on her Instagram below.

Hannah Hook’s Instagram:

Published by PrincessGroose

Fine Arts and ECM Major Creative Writing Minor Artist, Friend, Gamer, Island Wanderer, Shark Enthusiast. Protect Our Oceans.

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