Sabina Hahn is a Brooklyn based illustrator, animator and sculptor who loves stories and tall tales. Sabina is a master of capturing subtle fleeting expressions and the most elusive of gestures.
I specialize in children illustration, illustration, kid lit art, watercolour.
My family used to go to the same cabins at Netart’s Bay every year for a week at the beach. A happy memory.
Two hedgehogs in colored pencil
Acrylic on wood
I had a lot of fun with this drawing. It later made me think of Arya in the Game of Thrones - though she never needed armour. Still, surely that little sword is Needle.
Cartoon made for "Andromeda cartoon contest", Trento, Italy
A little exercise in my sketchbook to create a non-narrative comic. Just graphite, digitally colored.
Home Installation - Part of "Presence" series.
Mountain landscape in the fall after a storm.
an illustration of Wallace Steven's poem 13 Ways of Looking at a Blackbird
Stippling practice of a horse eye and piece of bridle.
pencil, pen, watercolor on texture background.
It's definitely been a bit since I've posted, sorry about that, things have gotten very chaotic very quickly. I'm officially less than a month out from graduation (the finish line is almost here!), which also means it's time for my teachers to cram in projects. Other than that, I'm happy to say I received two official art commissions! I'm hoping to get something set up to hopefully begin selling some pieces, but, for now, I'll have some pieces in a gallery soon. Things, things, things, and Tony's face. Part of a larger project, hopefully to be completed soon.
I love drawing at the local boat harbour. I usually begin the drawing while I am there but later finish it in my studio.
Watercolor and India Ink on Yupo paper. If there is any single way to let go of detail and think simply, it is by using watercolor on Yupo paper. You basically have to surrender control and just see what happens.
Watercolor florals and experimenting with layers.