Rebecca Hannon

A journey exploring the relationships between colour, pattern and form, avidly observing nature and how human kind modify it, Rebecca Hannon’s works are one of a kind experience for those in its presence. Hannon invites the viewer to question what is being revealed and what is being concealed in the shapes she creates. An associate professor and co-Director, Dr. Sandra Alfoldy Craft Institute NSCAD University MFA and Fulbright scholar at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Munich, Germany, 2005, Hannon draws parallel of the ideas applied in the theater of war, (Dazzle Camouflage), and in the theater of life.


Hannon uses laminate, a non-conventional material for contemporary jewelry, interlocking three-dimensional artwork pieces to express a beautiful dichotomy of bold and subtle statement of feelings, places, and memories.

Hannon has exhibited at SOFA Chicago, the Canadian Craft Biennial Ornamentum Gallery (New York), Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h (Montreal) and her pieces are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Art & Design (New York City), Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, the Swiss National Museum (Zurich), The Marzee Collection (Netherlands) and the Racine Museum of Art (USA).


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