Transforming the organic world in geometric planes, Hannah Perry Saucier paints abstractions that elaborate how she organizes her world. Partitioned surfaces bind along edges, while more detailed scenes float among them. In her large scale pieces, Saucier employs multiple sources of two point perspective to collide different scenes into each other. Other works utilize her geometric fracturing to refer to hazy memory, while her total abstractions operate as mushy pools of color and dissolved memories.

Hannah Perry Saucier received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has had solo shows at Lacontra Centre de Creció and Matthew Rachman Gallery.



2017 | The Chip

Photograph courtesy of the artist

Photograph courtesy of the artist