Hannah has donated a piece of her art in support of Hestia. Hestia supports adults and children across London and the surrounding regions in times of crisis. Your donations could help a mother living in a domestic abuse refuge safely home school her child or provide a much needed weekly shopping booster.
Hannah-Clare de Gordun
“I said: Pain and sorrow He said: Stay with it. The wound is the place where the Light enters you”
Hannah-Clare de Gordun is an Irish Textile Artist, Painter & Printmaker. Connecting to her own heritage, she uses the art of textiles as a way of visualising and interrogating a language of belonging, loss and identity. On both sides of her family, her foremothers worked as seamstresses and lace makers. This plays a major role in exploring embodied knowledge in the making of the work. Alongside her fibre art, she also works in the mediums of paint and print to create repeat patterns which are printed onto textiles. She is currently exploring the production of innovative sustainable materials and will be launching her eponymous home textile line later this year.
Art by Hannah
In a world of minimalist design her style is definitely MAXIMALIST. She loves to layer pattern, texture & lots of colour. More is definitely more. Her work generally starts with a gouache painting which, once completed, she extracts certain elements to create a repeat pattern which is then screen printed or digitally printed onto textile. She is influenced by the Arts & Crafts movement of the mid-19th century, and the exploration of the decorative arts in a fine art context.
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