Hannah Ineson has been owner of a marketing business and a professional artist for more than 40 years. She and her husband divide their time between the Everglades and the Maine coast. Her artwork is focused on the environment of both these special places, and her interest in both history and ecology has led her to involvement in several organizations in both places.
She has been an Artist in Residence in the Big Collier Preserve and has had solo exhibitions of her paintings in three of the five Collier County museums. She is currently an instructor at the Marco Island Center for the Arts in winter, and a member of the Pemaquid Gallery of Art in Bristol, Maine during the summer season. She has contributed her artwork and design skills to several organizations in Collier County as well as being involved in many aspects of life in the Everglades. The Bank of Everglades project of ESHP has been of particular interest, and recently joined the Board (March, 2023).
Her work may be seen at www.hannahineson.com.