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September 13, 2013

Meredith Hahn, artist

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Meredith Hahn, artist, is a local Clevelander. She is a figurative artist expressing herself using paint, ink, and other found objects. Her art is full of expression entangled with personal experiences. Depending on her creative mood, her color palate ranges from bright beautiful hues of red and purple; to dark shades of black, burnt sienna, and orange. Often her brush strokes are elongated and range from thin to thick. The elongation and strokes is often seen on the hair of a figure she paints.

Her works are inspired by her surroundings. “…The figure in its certain poses can tell what the soul has endured. To me, the figure is most natural and poetic way to express emotions or experiences. Inspired by the beauty that surrounds us, I often give natural elements a voice or mood by merging them with the human figure.” Meredith Hahn

Hahn’s paintings are currently on exhibit at the Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences Case Western Reserve University, on the first floor. The exhibit runs through September 28, 2013. To learn more about the artist, or to purchase his work, please contact: june.hund@case.edu or call 216-368-0722.