Hannah Bull August 2021
Primary Mediums Oil, Acrylic, Latex and Spray Paint.
2014 BS in Psychology with a minor in Two-Dimensional Studio Art, Sam Houston State University
Awarded Art Mentorship for W.A.S.H. program, 2013
Art Instructor 2015 – present
Yes Prep West, Houston
Yes Prep is a high-performing public charter schools proving that students from underserved communities can achieve at the highest academic levels.
Designer 2020 – present
Hungry Like the Wolf Restaurant, Houston
Designer for interior of business which includes the creation of wall murals and selection of art work for the interior and exterior building.
Project Coordinator 2019
Anheuser Busch, Karbach Interactive Bar, Karbach Brewery, Houston
Acted as project coordinator for the installation which was an interactive bar experience designed for Karbach and Anheuser Busch for product sampling and branding. I designed and coordinated the exterior and interior and brought on local artists: Input/Output, Black Cassidy, and Alexandra Lechin to help with my vision. Presented at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
Selected Group Exhibitions
2018 Empty Box, Box 13 ArtSpace, Houston
2017 Remembering the Alien, Insomnia Gallery, Houston
Dem Damn Dames Vanjanuary, Numbers Night Club, Houston
2017 Dem Damn Dames Vanjanuary, Numbers Night Club, Houston
2016 Houston Music Arts and Hall of Fame, Karbach Brewery, Houston; Boomtown Coffee, Houston
2015 Kiki’s Sordid SideShow, Warehouse Live, Houston
2021 Hobby Airport Assisted GONZO in completing a 100ft x 30 ft mural as a bid for FIFA.
2021 Hobby Airport 8ft x 8 ft painted on a fiberglass soccer ball now displayed in baggage claim at Hobby Airport titled ‘Houston Rodeo Carousel.’
2021 Discovery Green 10ft. x 10ft. ‘Bee Sweet, Honey,’ mural painted for Discovery Green’s ‘Earth Day.’
2021 The Orange Show 70ft by 30ft ‘Orange Squeeze’ mural painted for The Orange Shows Art Car Experience.
2021 Senate Brewery 12ft x 12ft mural of reimagined ‘The Charging Chasseaur’ by Théodore Géricault replaced with the head of their dog, an English pug. .
2021 ‘Will you marry me?’ Mural 20ft x 10ft mural of signature ‘floral drip’ style of painting with a banner that says ‘Will you marry me?’
2020 Hungry Like the Wolf 30 x 50 ft. Breakfast Hawks mural, John Hopper’s piece ‘NightHawks,’ reimagined with the cast of the Breakfast club for 80’s diner and bar, Hungry like the Wolf. Also painted six portrait paintings for their 80’s ‘Hall of Fame’ and other various side projects.
2020 Eado Bike Co. Houston
A 30 x 30 ft. Go Vote Mural to entice and inspire the East Downtown community to vote.
2017 Walters Downtown, Houston
A 15 by 15 foot mural of a naturalist Vitruvian man reinterpretation.
2017 Houston Hot Yoga
A 20 by 60 foot mural for their storefront. It expanded across the front of the building.
2017 Defunkt’s The Void
A 20 by 20 foot mural done with latex paint.
2016 Hue Mural Fest
A 50 by 20 foot mural done with Lindsay Light Burch on the side of Karbach Brewery.
2016 Strut Presents: La Jaula
A 15 by 60 foot funky 90’s mural for their photo backdrop.
2016 Karbach Brewery, Houston
Hired as an art agent as well as an artist; asking me to complete one oil painting on a 30 x 30 canvas of a metaphorical visual interpretation of one of their featured beers.
In addition, approximately 30 oil and acrylic paintings, 100 prints have been sold to private clients.
2019 Flora Shelter, Art Car Ball, Houston
A site-specific installation that was used as a therapeutic shelter to house feelings of safety, love and comfort. Mediums used were wood, wire, paper mache flowers, wood stumps, carpets and pillows. Viewers were invited to sit inside and enjoy the space. The installation also doubled as a rain shelter.
2019 Ghostland Observatory and Karbach Brewery, Karbach Brewery, Houston
Featuring a series of 8 hand-painted televisions with various 90’s TV glitches surronded in plants on steel risers (made by collaborating artist A. Lechin) with projections of various media projected onto the installation, a fusion of past and present American viewership in similar comfort of a ‘living space.’
2019 Rojava Strong, Darwin’s Pub, Houston
Another Door Opens, Makerspace Houston
2018 Cirque Noir ‘ Serge Devant, Houston
2016 Pop Shop Holiday Market, Spring Street Studios
Cirque Noir ‘ Behrouz, POST HTX
Kam Franklin’s Flashy and Trashy Valentine’s Show, Continental Club, Houston
2015 Keep it Local Fest, Karbach Biergarten, Houston
2015 Yes, Indeed, AvantGarden, Houston
2013 Montrose Pub Crawl, Montrose Proper, Houston
2018 Box 13 Artspace, Houston, TX
2021 Collect it for the Culture III curated by Robert Hodge and Black Buddha Agency, Houston, TX
2021 Shoutout HTX, “Meet Hannah Bull: Muralist, Multimedia Artist, Event Planner and Educator,” Shoutout HTX (Houston, TX), December 22, 2021
2019 Farrow, Johnston, “Dream Machine Solidifies Its Position as One of Houston’s Most Forward-Thinking Events.” Byline Houston (Houston, TX), January 16, 2019.
“Meet Hannah Bull.” Voyage Houston (Houston, TX), January 12, 2019
2018 Rouner, Jef. “Dream Machine festival evokes spirit of Day for Night.” Houston Chronicle (Houston, TX), December 13, 2018.
2017 Nirvana, “Houston’s Hannah Bull: Artist, Entrepreneur, Not Actual Bull.” Pop Shop America (Houston, TX), March 15, 2017.
2016 Al-Khalifah, Nadia, “Artist Profile: Hannah Bull.” In Tulips the Zine (Houston: Tulips the Zine, 2016).
2016 Gardin, Russel, “Getting Recognition: An Interview with Hannah Bull.” Free Press Houston (Houston, TX), April 16, 2016
2015 Herrera, Eduardo, “Artist Profile: Hannah Bull.” In Chimera Arts and Culture Magazine (Houston, Texas)
Professional references upon request