Hannah Maybank, ‘Pigments in Watercolour’ is a three-part series. In her films Hannah describes how she makes and uses her handmade watercolours, discussing the materials and tools required and the techniques she employs. Hannah was born and grew up in Walsall and now lives and works in London. Her first solo show in a public gallery was at The New Art Gallery Walsall in 2005 and her work ‘Hosts II’, 2004, is part of our permanent collection. Hannah’s work explores the subject of decay and renewal in the natural world.
This educational video is part of The New Art Gallery Walsall’s INSIGHTS series. This new series of films, created during lockdown, aims to provide access to artists and makers for an insight into their particular skills and techniques.
Suitable for: KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5
Subjects: Art & Design
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The New Art Gallery Walsall presents, collects and interprets historic, modern and contemporary art in innovative and challenging ways, welcoming visitors from all over the globe as well as their immediate locality.
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