Dared to be Black and Shining
Chicago-based contemporary silverpoint artist D. Lammie-Hanson is premiering their stunning and evocative artwork, "Dared to Be Black and Shining," to the public at the Chicago Art Dept, 1926 S. Halsted Ave.
D. Lammie-Hanson interview with Allyson Johnson of The Black Light Series by ArtShowChicago
This is an art talk with Allyson Johnson with my metalpoint artwork and my life as an a full time self-taught artist. It was such an easy-going conversation and I had a lot of fun.
Instagram - October 2020
Meet The Others: D. Lammie-Hanson
The Game Changers. The Rule Breakers. The Innovators. Discover some of the fantastic emerging talent showcasing their work with The Other Art Fair.
BY CHARLOTTE GRUSSING · MAY 06, 2020
HPAC artist puts modern spin on old technique
Several years ago, D. Lammie-Hanson's husband, who knew about her love of Leonardo da Vinci's work, suggested she should learn silverpoint.
Corli Jay, contributing writer Mar 4, 2022
60 WRD ART CRITIC
The default color of paper is white, and when making a sketch with pen or ink that white ground is a given. The situation is different for metalpoint artists, who must first prepare the surface on which to create their composition.
—Lori Waxman 2021-02-12 9:09 AM
The Art of D. LammieHanson
Imagine the images of the movers, shakers and performers of the amazing Essence Festival portrayed in a way that no one has ever seen before. Images of contemporary portraits created and celebrated in precious metal, Silverpoint. “Dared To Be...” is a series of artwork created by the visual artist, D. Lammie-Hanson.
June 23, 2019 Hal Clark with i HeartRadio
Issa Rae Was Still Rooting For Black People At Her First Art Basel Experience
...D. Lammie-Hanson, who used the classic silverpoint technique for her piece Multi-Faced Divina, has been painting since she was five years old