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Hannah Sayers pf Sayers Studio, Irish Artist from Kerry

Hi, my name is Hannah, I am the Artist behind Sayers Studio, based in Co. Kerry. I am a semi abstract artist, however more recently I’ve delved deeper into graphic design to expand my card and print range. Here on my website I sell my original paintings, fine art prints and greetings cards. I work with a variety of mixed media.

I graduated from NCAD over 10 years ago where I studied Art & Design Education. “For me it has taken many years to fall back in love with creating, setting up Sayers Studio in lockdown after having my first child was me finally giving myself a chance to show my true ambitions. I’m able to express myself more and experiment where I felt I couldn’t before.”

I’m very active on my Instagram page and find it to be an extension of my studio, I will often share sneak peeks over there on what I’m currently working on. My work is constantly evolving and changing so that is where to keep up with my progress.



My surroundings are critical to my work. I get a lot of my inspiration from my hometown on the Dingle Peninsular in co. Kerry, a beautiful coastal area abundant in both wildlife and beautiful landscapes. I recently moved home after living in a more urban setting for many years, this made me reevaluate my process hugely. While I loved the time spent in both Dublin and Wicklow moving home has brought a much-needed calm back into my life. I wasn’t built for city life and years of hustle and bustle had taken a toll on me, both mentally and physically. Coming home is like learning to breathe again and relax my body into the slower pace of country life.


I’m always looking for ways to be more environmentally conscious. I want to help preserve the beautiful place I’m lucky enough to live in to for future generations. My latest works are extra special as I source vintage Irish linens and dead stock fabric (paying for fabric that would have otherwise been dumped in landfill by brands) to create my canvas.

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