Hannah Demma is an avid outdoorswoman, outdoor educator, and lifelong Nebraskan. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with an emphasis on printmaking and drawing. Her mixed-media approach to art speaks to aspects of science and nature both familiar and strange, and mines the environment for inspiration, examining the intersection of the imaginative and the biological, of the creative and the empirical. Her process stirs the imagination and sparks excitement for exploration and adventure. Through her work as Coordinator for Art at Cedar Point Biological Station, as well as her work with the Sculpture in the Wild Park in Lincoln,Montana, Hannah has made it her mission to lead artists and non-artists to the well of inspiration that can be found in the outdoors.