Hannah Fine is a visual artist based in Kansas City, Missouri with southern roots in Atlanta, Georgia. Hannah explores a variety of materials like glass, acrylic, resin, plastic, metal, and wood while often utilizing photography and processes in digital fabrication like CAD, 3D printing, laser cutting and CNC milling to create her works. She earned a BFA in Sculpture from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2017. Her work can be found in the collections at KCAI and she has shown work in recent exhibitions at Southmoreland Inn, Kansas City Artist Coalition, Leawood Fine Art, H&R Block Artspace, and The American. She was awarded a Partner Scholarship to attend Pilchuck Glass School in summer 2019 and was the Spring Intern at Monarch Glass Studio in 2020. She has works published in Likewise Magazine Issue 02 as well as the Literary Arts Journal, Sprung Formal, Issues 11 and 12. After graduation, Hannah was awarded the Block Fellowship with the H&R Block Artspace from 2018-2019 and is currently the Studio Coordinator at the David T. Beals III Studio for Art and Technology.