Jonny Hannah is one of the best and most successful artists to have come out of Dunfermline. Educated at Queen Anne High School, Liverpool School of Art and The Royal College, he has produced stunning work for Vogue, Penguin Books and The New York Times among others as well as publishing several highly regarded books. He lives in Southampton with his wife and sons but, as this Darktown exhibition shows,
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Legendary Auchtermuchty accordionist Jimmy Shand, late great darts player Jocky Wilson and much missed guitar hero Stuart Adamson all hail from Fife and are the stars of award winning illustrator Jonny’s Hannah‘s vibrant and witty homecoming exhibition at the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum, Dunfermline. The piece above honours Moira Shearer the beautiful red head who grew up in Dunfermline and went on to become one of the world’s most famous
The witty and vivid work of multi award winning Jonny Hannah will be on show from tomorrow in an exhibition called White Horses and Unquiet Graves at the Hornsey’s Gallery in Ripon, North Yorkshire. Jonny’s distinctive screenprints, linocuts and objets d’art, boldly coloured and featuring recurrent themes of Americana, jazz, childhood memories and folklore, are not only instantly recognisable and much emulated but increasingly coveted by collectors. Born in Dunfermline