Today I would like to share with you the work of a girl, Hannah, that to me has an inner power that deserves to be shown.
Hannah Adamaszek injects some new talent and energy in to the street art scene with her female portraits, which bring a painterly style often found in contemporary art to the street art scene. Earthy tones and harmonious contours have earned Admaszek's works a place on many an outside space, from the unique Brandalism project to StreetFest and UpFest. Her unique canvases offer a calm feminine approach and emotionally-charged contribution to an art scene predominantly saturated by many male artist.
"I think a lot of urban art can be visually sharp – I’m not sure if this is due to the male prevalence or part of its makeup but my work definitely brings in a softer female touch with emotion being brought into a sometimes a more aggressive world."
Hannah's portraits capture the sense of being, if only for a moment, where the beauty and timelessness of the world come into sharp focus. The women she paints are subtle yet strong, bold yet delicate; balancing these contradictions provide the individuality to each of her pieces. She is inspired by and lives the bohemian life that she paints.
If you want to know more about her, check her website www.hannahchloe.com, or if you happen to be in Barcelona, she has a solo show on at Fousion Gallery until 5th June 2014.
The paintings can be purchased online at www.hannahchloe.bigcartel.com
All the pictures of this post are protected by copyright. Pictures of Hannah are a courtesy of LiamKeown Ph.