Lucky me; I am surrounded by brilliant subject matter: the dogs I see being walked every day, friends meeting up for some sociable shopping, wonderful people who work so hard to keep it all from falling down, how do they spend time when they get a chance to play?
These observational fancies are iced with my own wishful thinking; I paint the clothes I’d like to wear and the cake I’d eat as I walked my dream dog back to my fantasy home.
But look too, for the puzzle box that refuses to open and the beautiful cake about to become cat food. Sod’s law, is ever present.
Hannah lives in Wiltshire, is a Parish Councillor, has three children and a sensible job.
She was an illustrator before becoming a teacher, but only started painting again when a friend introduced her to ABNA.
She has been a member of the Association of British Naïve Artists for five years and regularly takes part in their summer exhibitions.
If you’re standing in a pub wearing leopard skin lycra, she’s probably the woman in the corner furtively sketching you…