KMUW Artist Series
KMUW's 2022 featured artist is Hannah Lee Scott.
Born and raised in the Midwest, Hannah Lee Scott currently lives and works as an artist and business owner in Wichita, Kansas. She graduated with her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art from Wichita State University in the Fall of 2014, and is now co-owner of Vortex Souvenir, an art and gift shop located in Wichita’s Delano district.
Hannah also works as a freelance illustrator for private and corporate projects, providing artwork and murals for clients such as Central Standard Brewing, Lululemon Athletica, Reverie Coffee Roasters and Little Lion Ice Cream. Any and all free time is usually spent rewatching Parks and Recreation episodes while petting her two dogs, Amelia and Ollie.
The KMUW Artist Series began in the spring of 2004 as a way to highlight and promote Wichita's immense creative community. KMUW invites local artists to donate artwork to be featured on the shirts and coffee mugs that serve as thank you gifts for KMUW members during pledge drives. In the 18 years since the Artist Series began, 32 artists have been featured.
To learn more about Hannah and her artwork, visit hannahleescott.com.
Chiyoko Myose, 2021, Left: Sojourning #21 | Center: Gift | Right: Gift (Detail)
Kamela Eaton, Untitled (Infinite Mother), Spring 2020
Celebrating 70 Years, Fall 2019
Kevin Mullins, Cataract, Spring 2019
Charlotte Martin, I Dreamed Of A Happy Day, Fall 2018
Wil Fathi, Propyleum, Spring 2018
Marc Bosworth, My Happy Place, Fall 2017
Beth Golay, SciFri 25, Fall 2016 and Spring 2017
Jack Wilson, Tea For Two, Spring 2016
Old Town New Sound, Fall 2015
Wade Hampton, Untitled, Spring 2015
Janice Thacker, Dreamer, Fall 2014
Kate Pepper, Three Seasons, Spring 2014
Christopher Gulick, Self-Portrait 1-13, Fall 2013
Clark Britton, Two Old Birds, Spring 2013
Larry Schwarm, Waves of Fire, Fall 2012
Janet Fisher, Twisted, Spring 2012
Scott Bixler, Caldwell, Fall 2011
Doug Billings, Wichita Melodrama XV, Spring 2011
Brian Hinkle, Kinda Blue, Fall 2010
Patrick Duegaw, Study for Jake with Open Scissors, Spring 2010
Elly Fitzig, Ooh-La-La, Fall 2009
John Ernatt, White Dress Medicine, Spring 2009
Kathleen Shanahan, Stilts, Shapes and Stunts, Fall 2008
Curt Clonts, Spring Brings Her Gifts, Spring 2008
Charles Baughman, 1st FM Station in Wichita & The Only One You Need Now, Fall 2007
Diane Thomas Lincoln, Red Cloud, Spring 2007
Mark Flickinger, Autumn Light, Fall 2006
Dustin Parker, The Sight of Sound, Spring 2006
John Boyd, Sidekicks II, Fall 2005
Marilyn Grisham, The Forgiveness of Grass, Spring 2005
Steve Murillo, Notations On An Autumn Passage, Fall 2004
Rebecca Hoyer, Early Spring, Spring 2004