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Hannah is a native of Boston Massachusetts now living in Southeast Michigan. Hannah the author of four books about direct connection to inspiration and new ways of seeing and being in the world. Hannah runs workshops, coaches and speaks on the intersection of creative and contemplative engagement, and has exhibited her artwork at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Currier Museum NH, the Drawing Center NY, and both the Danforth and Rose Art Museums in greater Massachusetts. She is a cum laude graduate in Visual Art and Religious Studies from Brown University. She is a Berkshire Taconic and Mass Cultural Council Award winner, and a former MacDowell Colony Fellow. Hannah has been represented by Judy Goldman Fine Art Gallery, Boston, Barbara Singer Fine Art Cambridge MA, and Judith Leighton Gallery Bluehill ME.

Hannah's books include

  • Contemporary Prayers to Whatever Works (All new 2021 Edition - Simon & Schuster)
  • the Elements: a love letter to all things everywhere (2019 Fifth Avenue Press)
  • Help me [   ], do the thing (2016)
  • Contemporary Prayers to * [whatever works] (2013 Original Volume) 

Hannah Burr accidentally started making books in 2013. She has background in design, working for Papyrus Design Group and Invivia Inc. in the 90s, designing stock car racing video games and interactive web sites by day. Hannah has done the majority of her own design work until recently, enlisting the help of others to lay out her books and for cover design. She produces an annual, very limited edition Calendar since 2018 of work from her studio, and designs all of her own print work. 

She is an avid bird watcher and  deeply fond of the book the Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery.

Her studio art span installation, painting, and interactive projects and can be found at www.hannahburr.com. 

Her blog, on the intersection of creative and contemplative practice is www.goodbonfire. com

Information about her coaching, workshops and other offerings can be found at hannahburr.com/offerings.

Hannah’s coaching practice is based in knowing in the physical body, what is most deeply true for you, and aligning your life with that. She helps her clients, creatives, out of the box thinkers, interdisciplinary translators, cultural midwives and those in the mystery of transition to use a brand new set of tools to navigate the uncertain.