Queen Mary University of London
Hannah was commissioned by QMUL to make the two sculptures shown below based on designs by two students: Chierol Lai and Sophia Álvarez Barnes. The students were both winners of a competition run by the University to design a sculpture to raise awareness of mental health issues. Click here for more information.
Elephant in the Room, for Library Square, Queen Mary University of London.
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Mentis, Graduate Centre, Queen Mary University London.
These two life size sculptures of two sisters were commissioned by the girls' family. The finished bronze sculptures were mounted on black granite plinths and show them wearing their summer dresses and characteristic headbands.
"...they look fantastic. Thank you so much for all your hard work on them, we are delighted."
A Boy and his Dog
This sculpture of 'Harry and Boris' was commissioned as a birthday present from a wife to her husband and shows their son and Boxer dog in a characteristic pose.
"Hannah's passion and dedication were to the fore in creating this wonderful piece. She has managed to capture the essence of our son and boxer dog in such a personal way. It will forever stir our emotions and bring a smile to our faces - truly wonderful! Moreover, her professionalism combined with her amiable personality made the whole process very straightforward and memorable."
This life size bronze sculpture of a Dachshund was commissioned as a surprise birthday present. It was sculpted from photographs and measurements taken from the client's dog.
"...everyone thinks she's perfect!!"
This 2/3rds life size bronze portrait was sculpted from photographs of a much loved family pet.
"Thank you Hannah...you have given us a bit of our family back that will always be loved and cared for."
These two greyhound sculptures were commissioned as a surprise birthday present. They are portraits of the owner's dogs.
Bronze porcupine, commissioned to be similar to one owned by Sigmund Freud.
"Our experience of commissioning Hannah was richly rewarding. An inspirational professional artist who was keen to fulfill our dreams, Hannah did this superbly, even joining our emotional connection with the subject. Thank you Hannah for journeying with us."
This 18inch high bronze sculpture of two penguins was commissioned in celebration of a wedding.
A Favourite Pet
This bronze sculpture was commissioned to remember a favourite pet.
These bronze bears were commissioned to celebrate a wedding anniversary.
As winner of the 'Tiranti prize for young portrait sculptors', she has a strong interest in sculpting portraits. A portrait could be modelled as a bust from photographs and sittings or as a relief from one photograph. No sittings are required for a relief portrait, so it can be completed as a surprise present!
Life size, bronze portrait bust of Len Bates. Commissioned by Christ's Hospital School to celebrate the opening and re-dedication of the restored Cricket Pavilion.
Peni Vunisau Hunt Sila. Life size bronze portrait bust for Sila Central High School, Fiji Islands.
Life Size Portrait Bust of Marie Stopes commissioned by Marie Stopes International (left), Portrait Relief modelled as a surprise present from a photograph (right)
Portrait of Oscar