Hannah Lange is a proud Wiradjuri woman. A self-taught artist telling nature stories through Aboriginal art. She was born and raised in the Blue Mountains on Dharug and Gundungurra country and now lives and creates on Bundjalung Country. A lot of her art is inspired by the beautiful, unique nature in these areas. She aims to capture the little pieces of nature that many may not recognise in their busy lives and wants to tell their stories. The ripples in the sand, the layers in the rocks, the sun, and the moon, and the way they interact with the land. 

Hannah tries to not to limit herself to a particular style,

“Just staying true to who I am as a person, and what feels right for me at the time.

Each painting has a story. Art has been used to teach and pass down knowledge in my culture since time immemorial. I feel it’s so important to keep our culture and knowledge alive moving into our future, passing down these traditions to our children.

I hope you see and feel the stories I am portraying in my art.”