"Art is home for me. It is my comfort, my safe space... but I am, by trade, a scientist."
"Learning is what drives me. There is so much to learn, and the knowledge is so accessible."
Over £150,000 raised for charity since 2018
"It's just not enough to make a living through painting. For me, the art must give something back."
Since leaving the Regular Forces in 2018, Hannah Shergold has raised over £150,000 for charities including the UK Invictus Games Team, Born Free, the World Wildlife Fund and her current partnered charity, Tusk.
She has featured on Sky arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2019, in the Financial Times "How To Spend It" and was listed as one of the top ten women to watch in the arts by About Time Magazine. Hannah's work is in demand across the globe and now features in some of the most influential collections in France, Switzerland, Australia and Singapore.