About the Artist — Hannah Buechler
Through a multitude of processes, my work explores various intentions and themes. A few of which, I emphasize as valuable topics among my purposes for being a creative.
I relish in learning new techniques to incorporate into my multimedia work which typically encompasses the idea of experimentation and manipulation of material. I've always been consumed with the notion of being an experimenter. As a biochemist himself, my father’s words, "One of my daughters will be a scientist someday," resonate deeply because I truly feel through the outlet of art, I have succeeded in his expectations. Being someone who is curious of how things are made, how the steps are formulated, and ultimately the processes in which they are achieved, I push to create tactile works that confuse my viewers and arise doubt.
Within my more graphic work, I paint subjects related to specific events or people who have made an impact on my life. I see this as an opportunity to be personal with my viewers while still reflecting modestly. My feelings, actions, and words are amplified through paint and become a silent vocation. Symbols, motifs, and patterns are illustrated as signifiers to each story. I reflect on Peter Saul's narrative forward compositions and how he successfully blended historical events with his personal beliefs and life moments. I find that the use of imagery to tell a story is full of endless possibilities.
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