Key West Artist Barbara Hann
Having been born on a full moon, I was destined to journey through this life in a creative way. It didn’t take long before realizing that something was wrong with me, a majority of people would go one way, and I always went the other way. Imagine the joy that was felt when I encountered others who walked along the same route. People like you.
A bond of kindred spirits would form, friendships that would hold memorable, no matter what, the duration of the encounter. The realization that we “all” shared a common theme in someway to Art.
My father worked hard to mold me into a business person, stating artists find it hard to make a living, and he was right.
That didn’t stop the natural inclination to stay in the art world. My professional life involved the flower business, designing, competing, and marketing flowers on an international level.
That chapter closed, and a new chapter opened in Key West, Florida where we bought a property on Duval Street from a KW character named, “Marion Stevens.” She owned a Haitian Art Gallery and was looking for a female who she felt comfortable about selling the property to.