Hannah Manocchio, originally from Cleveland Heights, Ohio is a BFA recipient from Elmhurst College with concentrations in printmaking and painting. Her primary concentration is woodcut reduction printmaking. Manocchio actively works to develop a body of work that sheds light on religious, mythological, and conspiracy themes through history and symbology. Through ancient printmaking techniques she aspires to bring awareness to forgotten taboos and historical folklore and mythology with a new, more modern twist. Underlying personal narratives are constantly apparent in her work. Her artwork is illustrative with very graphic and bold imagery that immediately captures the viewers interest. She is proficient in multiple printmaking techniques as well as oil and acrylic painting styles.