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Hannah Ludnow

Born in Cornwall in 1977, Hannah Ludnow grew up in a creative environment and practicing painting from a very young age. She moved to London at the age of 18 to train in art at university where she studied a mixture of disciplines including painting, life drawing, ceramics and printmaking among others.

Since graduating, Ludnow continued to pursue her passion for painting and the Cornish dramatic scapes have always been a strong inspiration in her work, carefully capturing the intrinsic light and ever changing moods of the picturesque coastlines.

She is strongly influenced by Cornish abstract impressionists such as Peter Lanyon, Patrick Heron and Ben Nicholson, whose work draws directly from experiences of the drastic and calm expressions of nature.

In her work, Ludnow builds atmospheric and abstract compositions that invite the viewer to feel exposed to the elements and the unpredictability of nature and form. Her paintings are about light, mood, form and feelings of place and space, evoking in the viewer a sense of deep perspective, full of emotions and memories of intimacy. Freezing a moment in time, where the vastness and beauty of the surroundings can bring a sense of personal clarity and belonging.

 

Abstract Work I

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Abstract Work III - The Resonate Series

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Abstract Work II - The Resonate Series

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Abstract Work I - The Resonate Series

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Abstract Work II

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Ash

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Forgiven

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Regain

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