Hannah Buechler's work consists of medium altering experiments. She is intrigued by materials and how they can be exploited to confuse the viewer’s perception of its original state. Receiving her B.F.A in fibers, she pushes to create textural paintings that incorporates textiles and fiber practices. Buechler is especially fond of using plastics and resin, two mediums that have driven her to think of plasticity's demand in society. The San Diego, California, born artist currently resides in Georgia, where she continues to explore ways to push her dynamic compositions.
Artist statement: My father’s urge to experiment as a biochemist has subconsciously consumed my mind and processes. The core of my work revolves around the manipulation of objects. I am constantly intrigued by materials and how they can be exploited to confuse the viewer’s perception of its medium. No matter how foreign an object may be, I try to visualize its new state when embedded in art, in which dynamic compositions are then created.