Hannah Simpson Studio, established in 2020, serves as a creative
haven for Hannah Simpson, providing an escape from the demands of everyday life.
For Hannah, creativity has long been a therapeutic outlet, allowing her to
navigate and control her emotions.
Central to the studio's creations are the 'Monster' creatures
that Hannah conceptualizes. These creatures, designed with vibrant patterns and
unique expressions, serve as tangible representations of difficult thoughts and
negative emotions, transforming them into approachable and humorous entities.
Remarkably, these characters not only bring solace to Hannah but also spread
joy to others.
Motivated by the positive impact of her Monster creations,
Hannah expanded her creative endeavors to include homeware items, particularly
lamps. The rationale behind this extension is rooted in the belief that
surrounding oneself with colorful and joyful shapes can have profound effects
on mental health. Through her homeware items, Hannah aims to contribute to
creating uplifting and positive living spaces.
Ceramics form the core of Hannah Simpson Studio's artistic
output. Working with ceramics is described as a challenging and rewarding
experience, emphasizing the delicate balance between control and
unpredictability. The intricate and time-consuming nature of each stage in the
ceramic process, often spanning weeks for project completion, tests the
artist's patience and expectations. Despite the challenges, working with
ceramics fosters resilience, patience, and a methodical approach.
In essence, Hannah Simpson Studio is not merely a ceramics
studio but a testament to the transformative power of creativity and the
therapeutic benefits of artistic expression. Through her unique approach to
ceramics and the creation of Monster-inspired homeware, Hannah Simpson aims to
bring joy, resilience, and a sense of control to both herself and those who
interact with her creations
December 2023- January 2024: Exhibition at 'Marie Jose Gallery'
November- December 2023: Featured in 'Selfridges' as part of the 'Glassette' pop-up store
September- October 2023: 'House of Pots' Exhibition
September 2023: 'London Design Fair' represented by 'LoveAugust'
2022-2023: '32st George street' Gallery
August 2022: 'Cluster Crafts'
June 2022: Etsy celebrity collaboration with Aimee Song
February 2022: 'Trobat' Exhibition
December 2021: 'Swing Gallery'
August 2021: Etsy celebrity collaboration with Honey Dijon