About me

I am currently undertaking a years study of printmaking and developing my artistic practice, thanks to ACE accepting my application for a DYCP grant. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, I am more than excited about what developments this year will bring for my artwork and more!


Amidst the challenges brought by COVID, Hannah found solace and direction in art. The period allowed her time to reflect on her aspirations and find the courage to pursue them wholeheartedly. A versatile artist, she doesn’t confine herself to a single medium, preferring instead to adapt her style to suit the subject or mood she wishes to convey. Yet, amidst this diversity, ink remains her constant companion, lending a cohesive thread to her work, infused with a palpable sense of place and landscape.

Raised in the industrial landscape of the North East during the late ’80s/early 90s, Hannah was always aware of the area’s history. However, it wasn’t until her return as an adult, delving into her family’s heritage, that she grasped the profound changes the region had undergone. This new found understanding reshaped her artistic vision, leading her to gravitate towards landscapes that resonated with her personal history.

Transitioning from fine-liner pens and acrylic ink to the intricate world of printmaking—embracing etching, linocut, and wood engraving—Hannah’s art evolved to capture the essence of gritty locales. Her pieces, characterized by bold contrasts and occasional bursts of neon hues, reflect her fascination with industrial decline, abandoned structures, and brutalist architecture. Through her work, she seeks to document the fleeting nature of these environments, their rapid disappearance serving as a poignant reminder of our ever-changing world.

In her leisure, Hannah finds herself drawn to deserted industrial estates, exploring the remnants of a bygone era. Now, she invites others to join her on this journey through her art. Employing traditional printmaking techniques and ink, her creations offer a fresh perspective on the allure of these overlooked landscapes, celebrating their raw beauty amidst the decay.

All enquiries to hannah.corbett@hotmail.co.uk, please include a photo for any commission enquiries! . Visit my social media for more examples of my work: Instagram @corbett.ink Facebook: Corbett Ink

I hope you like what you see and thanks for the support!