Hannah Cutts

Buoys will be Buoys

Postponed - Date TBC

Hannah Cutts  Buoys Will Be Buoys, 2020 neon
Hannah Cutts  Deeper, Longer, Harder, Stronger, 2018  Neon
Hannah Cutts  Poverty Line, 2018  Neon
Hannah Cutts  Drink Like A Fish, 2018  Neon
Hannah Cutts  Neon Surfer, 2018  Neon
Hannah Cutts  Buoys Totems 1, 2020  Vintage buoys
Hannah Cutts  This is not the end, 2020  Neon, vintage surf fins
Hannah Cutts  Buoys Typography, 2020  Letterpress
Hannah Cutts  Buoys Will Be Buoys Wallpaper 1, 2020
Hannah Cutts  Buoys Will Be Buoys Wallpaper 2, 2020
Hannah Cutts  Buoys Will Be Buoys Wallpaper 3, 2020
Hannah Cutts  Buoys Will Be Buoys Wallpaper 4, 2020
Hannah Cutts  I Am Your Fan, 2020
Hannah Cutts  Lino Buoys 1, 2020
Hannah Cutts  Lino Buoys 2, 2020
Hannah Cutts  Lino Buoys 3, 2020
Hannah Cutts  Lino Buoys Headland 1, 2020
Hannah Cutts  Lino Buoys Headland 2, 2020
Hannah Cutts  Lino Buoys Headland 3, 2020
Hannah Cutts  Breakwater (Set of 3), 2020
Hannah Cutts  Still Life with Buoy 1, 2020
Hannah Cutts  Still Life with Buoy 2, 2020
Hannah Cutts  Still Life with Buoy 3, 2020
Hannah Cutts  Still Life with Buoy 4, 2020
Hannah Cutts  Let Me Float Your Boat, 2020  Letterpress on vintage maritime map

Hannah Cutts' exhibtion Buoys will be Buoys is postponed until further notice.
Lone Goat Gallery is temporarily closed to due COVID-19 precautions.


Buoys will be Buoys by Hannah Cutts is an exhibition that brings together many elements of art, craft, typography, satire and the found object.

Many of the works are neon and Hannah works alongside neon sign artisan Michael Blazek. This marks the fifth exhibition over a decade that Hannah and Michael have joined forces to create artworks of neon light. 

This process starts with Hannah’s response to found objects and hand painted signage. Hannah then reconfigures the emotional connection of the typography and colour in each object so that alternate meanings are conveyed. Hannah’s interest in art and design mend together during this process. Her work will then lead the direction for traditionally trained neon glass blower, Michael Blazek, to bend the neon pipe and capture the glowing beauty. 

Their work has been shown both Nationally and Internationally and is included in Artbank’s collection.

The exhibition also features works that have been created using letterpress thanks to Clint Harvey, the letterpress wizard at the Bacon Factory in Brisbane. Works have been created using many found objects such as vintage linoleum, fishing floats, surfboard fins and more.

What we have left is nothing short of a modern nostalgic trip and glowing sensory experience with a dab of fun.