Hannah Woodman's complete body of work is showcased here, in a series of curated collections, from 2002 to date.
New work as it emerges from the studio….
These works explore the traditions of Romanticism and the Sublime in landscape and seascape painting, with an emphasis on the dramatic moods created by Cornwall’s different microclimates and isolated locations.
The following is a small collection of work from Hannah Woodman's studio in Cornwall. This is a special selection of paintings, which will be available to purchase directly for a limited time.
A collection of works reflecting the extremes of weather throughout 2018.
Including works for the exhibition 'Cornwall: Coast & County', with Panter & Hall, London. Paintings and drawings that explore the diversity of the Cornish countryside, from the turquoise seas to the rolling fields.
Including a collection of drawings produced from a residency in the grounds of Kestle Barton Rural Centre for Contemporary Arts, Helford, Cornwall.
Snow scenes, seascapes and landscapes, brought together for another sell-out solo exhibition: ‘Cornish Paintings’, with JHW Fine Art, Cork St, London.
Includes a selection of garden paintings and flower studies produced for a solo exhibition at the Heseltine Gallery.
Including a series of smaller works produced for the Victoria Art Gallery, Bath exploring the dynamic seascapes and windswept landscapes of the North coast of Cornwall.
A body of work for the exhibition ‘Recent Paintings’ Lemon Street Gallery, Truro. Exploring the South West's hidden corners.
An emphasis on the changing seasons, hidden pathways and remote cottages of rural Cornwall and Devon.
A group of landscapes and seascapes in rich warm tones, taking the viewer through the seasons, and exhibited in a sell-out solo exhibition with JHW Fine Art, Cork St, London.
Textured, large-scale pieces comprising the first ever solo exhibition. Produced for JHW Fine Art, Cork St, London.