Hannah Mooney was born in Ramelton, Co. Donegal, Ireland and graduated in 2017 from Glasgow School of Art. She has won several awards as a student and since graduating, in recognition of her compelling talent as a painter most recently at the New Contemporaries Exhibition at the Royal Scottish Academy where she won the major Fleming Wyfold Bursary. She currently works in two distinct subjects; still life and the landscape and in both she is an instinctive, natural painter deeply concerned with the matière and traditional composition. Her work has already been acquired for the James Nichol McBroom Archive and the Hottinger Group.
Selected Awards: RSA John-Kinross Scholarship 2017, RSA Landscape Drawing Prize 2017, James Nicol McBroom Memorial Prize 2017, Armour Prize 2017, Selected for Royal Scottish Watercolours Society Exhibition 2018, RSA Galleries, Edinburgh Selected for New Contemporaries Exhibition 2018, RSA Galleries, Edinburgh Hottinger Prize for Excellence 2018, House for an Art Lover Award 2018, Art in Healthcare Prize 2018, Fleming-Wyfold Art Bursary 2018