Hannah Buddig

PTDW Noontime Lecture
Tuesday, September 25, 12:15 p.m.

Columbus 319

United States



Hannah Jane Buddig is a visual artist, who paints with an explosion of color. Similar to what one might see in nature, she uses color to attract and alarm. Hannah is drawn to the messiness of paint; its flexibility allows her to disappear into its process.  Her artistic practice focuses on creating chaos, exploration of materials, and solving problems within the work. She addresses the canvas head on with no hesitation. Hannah was raised in Wisconsin, but soon moved to Illinois, which is where she finished high school. She attended 2 summer at Interlochen's Art camp, in MI, before continuing her undergraduate degree at DePauw University. After graduation, she received the Efroymson internship from DePauw, to be a teaching assistant. This summer Hannah was given the opportunity to be pushed out of her comfort zone, and worked at an advertising firm. Hannah's artwork is loud, and they fight to be noticed.

"Tangled Mess," 2018, Digital Drawing, 20 x 20 in.
Hannah Buddig, "Tangled Mess," 2018, Digital Drawing, 20 x 20 in.