Working in line and black ink, Hannah has created beautiful landscapes inspired by the area of Cwmbran for the interior of its new hospital. Hannah visited the area to get a feel for the town and travelled by car and foot taking pictures and sketching. She explains, "I took a keen interest in the architecture in the town, the shapes, patterns and textures. I loved the 60s urban architecture, explored this in depth and wanted to capture the detail and depth of the community and life in Cwmbran. I liked the fact that I could portray a town in a playful manner using lines and textures so played around and experimented with angles, locations and perspectives, exploring surfaces as well as structure. The illustrations are hand drawn in black ink with a Staedtler pigment liner 0.05 - 0.5." Now displayed in the hospital, the art gives the interior a sense of the outdoors and all the town has to offer and enjoy, embellished by Hannah's design skills incorporating patterns and swirls.