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Hannah Adamaszek
Rough & Bare | Murals by Hannah Adamaszek | Rough & Bare - St Leonards in St Leonards
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A mural for Wholefood cafe Rough & Bare. A strong woman faces out with striking eyes and long flowing hair that moves with the breeze. Movement draws your eyes across the walls with natural plants, Correra Reflexa, Corymbia Ficfolia and heirloom tomatoes adorn her hair.

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Hannah Adamaszek
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Art is not just for viewing but an experience. By merging Art and Zen, we are taken on a welcome journey of peaceful reflection in our chaotic lives.

Hannah’s portraits capture the sense of being, where the beauty and timelessness of the world come into sharp focus. The works inspire to immerse you in serenity, to captivate and draw you into the ether. These pieces bring the beauty of our souls to life, a female muse in harmony with herself and her surroundings. The paintings explore mindfulness and meditation, with murals and artworks being linked to wellness and retreats. Her unique canvases also offer a calm feminine approach and emotionally charged contribution to an otherwise male-dominated street art scene.

She trained at Bournemouth Arts Institute graduating with a Degree in Fine Art and has exhibited across the world with renowned Art Galleries. Hannah has achieved rising star status very swiftly in the urban art scene. She has also painted at the acclaimed Stroke Urban Art Fair in Berlin, exhibited at the OM Yoga Show in 2017, and is very popular with UK art collectors, most recently for mural commissions.

She has been mentioned in publications such as Elle, The Guardian, and Free People and has representation from galleries Beautiful Crime and Curious Duke. She won the Most Outstanding Artwork at Femme Fierce, Europe’s largest women’s street art festival.

Her work has been placed in private and commercial collections.