Hannah Irene Walsh was born and lives in Phoenix, Arizona, and is a multimedia artist and writer. Her visual narratives of invented mythologies interweave with representations of herself and other empowered female bodies and their animistic alter-egos.
Her drawings explore the shameless sensuality and primal aspect of womanhood, lavished with hand-carved frames, altar constructions, video installation, and sculptures made from natural and man-made items. Images and objects, imbued with the artist-magician's touch, come together in a ritual space that serves as a stage for her creative and meditative processes.
Hannah is a 2017 Master of Fine Arts graduate from Arizona State University. Her MFA thesis exhibition, Alter Ego || Altar Space, was featured at the Harry Wood Gallery in Tempe, AZ.