Hanna Supetran is known to bring her innate sense of rhythm, color mastery, and compositional element to each painting. As the layers overlap and coalesce and in a myriad of palpable textures, visual poetry emerges. Her series called New Earth is a collection of paintings named after what she perceives as the qualities and virtues of New Earth – a state of being which resides in all of us. Intuitively painted, the lyrical interplay of strokes of her paintings unleashes a treasure of possibilities and new perspectives we all could view from.
Hanna’s artworks are perfect anti-dotes for what is going on in the world. One can find comfort just by viewing her paintings. Her painting called Tranquility invites us to anchor ourselves in the tranquility of our hearts while the State of Bliss speaks of what it would feel like without the chatter in our minds. Can we really say Love Reigns with what is going on? Her artwork says so and so as the poem she wrote about it. The consistency of her messages through her paintings and poetry speaks volumes of what Hanna is standing for. She presents an alternative perspective through her paintings and poetry from which we all can view the world and humanity from (should we wish to). Emotionally evocative and mentally provocative, her paintings are like pieces of the puzzle of the ever-evolving, colorful tapestry we call life.
Hanna’s exhibitions include those held at Pinter Gallery & Auction House in Budapest, the European Museum of Modern Art of Barcelona (MEAM), Gonzaga Museum in Mantua Italy, and Meeting Art Gallery in Lisbon Portugal. She has also exhibited in public places held at the Hongkong Central Station 2021 & Shibuya Train Station – 3rd Edition 2020, Tokyo Japan. Her arts have been selected for several international juried online exhibitions with Contemporary Art Gallery Online through which she has won “Best in Show”, “Gallery’s Choice”,“Judges Choice”, and “First Place” awards. She is also a recipient of merit and honorable mentions awards from US-based galleries such as LightSpaceTime, Fusion Art, Art Room Contemporary, Art Show International, and JM Gallery, and Circle Foundation of the Arts based in Lyon, France.
Hanna was selected as one of the Top 50 Artists to Invest In – A Guide To Investing Art 2021 and 2020 produced and published by Art Now in Italy. She was selected as one of the abstract artist in a curated Collection of the World’s Most Exciting Artist Artfolio Annual Anthology 2022 & 2021. In addition, she was also selected as one of The Faces of Contemporary Art 2019 in WE Contemporary 2019 Art Book translated into 3 languages (English, Italian & Russian), Top 20 Artist to invest by DESTIG Magazine’s (UK) 2018 Special Art Investment Edition. Her artworks also were published in a 4-page spread in CreativPaper Magazine (UK) in 2020 & 2019 and Spotlight Magazine (Lyon, France).
As an intuitive artist, Hanna shared that “Creating a piece of art is embarking on a journey into the unknown. Every stroke heightens the anticipation. Every scrape fuels the excitement. Every color mixed suspends time. Each creation is an exhilarating ride making the once invisible visible – giving the once intangible a tangible form.” In addition, she is a published poetess having co-authored anthologies. Her poems have also been published in several magazines and publications.
Hanna Supetran is an internationally acclaimed award-winning abstract artist and poetess. She brings her innate sense of rhythm, color mastery, and compositional element to each painting. Her lyrical interplay of strokes unleashes a treasure trove of possibilities, new perspectives, and experiences. As the layers overlap and coalesce, visual poetry emerges exuding the vibrancy of life in a myriad of palpable textures. “Every time I create a piece of art, it is embarking on a journey into the unknown. Mainly abstraction in style, all my arts are painted intuitively using oil. Every stroke heightens the anticipation. Every scrape fuels the excitement. Every color mixed suspends time. Each creation is an exhilarating ride making the once invisible visible – giving the once intangible a tangible form.”