Hannah Lynn Calvert Fine is an artist based in Kansas City, Missouri with Southern roots in Atlanta, Georgia. She graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2017 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in sculpture, where she cultivated expertise in working with wide varieties of materials like wood, ceramic, acrylic, metal, resin, and glass. She has a strong interest in digital fabrication and is fascinated how art and technology can merge. She was granted the McKeown Grant in 2017 to realize her BFA thesis work, Pellucid II. Some of her works were published in Kansas City Art Institute’s 2016 and 2017 Literary Arts Journal, Sprung Formal, Issues 11 and 12. In October of 2016, Hannah competed in a televised 48-hour invention competition called Make48, where she and her teammates won First Place and People’s Choice. Hannah was awarded the Block Fellowship in 2018 and works as an Instructional Assistant at David T. Beals III Studios for Art and Technology. Hannah is currently updating her online store and encourages you to check back soon for new work!