The Autism Trust UK

Hag Stone

Hannah Lee


Hannah was born in Oxon. She comes from a line of artists; Grandfather a painter, Aunt a sculptress and Mother a painter. This placed Hannah in good stead for her choice in vocation. Hannah studied and in 1988 graduated with a photography degree. She set up a thriving business specializing in theatre portraits.

2014 Hannah diagnosed, as being on the autistic spectrum. Hannah feels painting techniques have changed, including cloud formations, abstract, landscapes and human form studies. Works derive from spiritual world and the product of meditation interests.

Hag Stone

A Hag Stone is simply a stone with a natural hole through it.  They are usually found in streams, rivers and at the seashore, where the action of running water has created the hole in the stone by other stones and the strength of the water. Hannah has provided Polly's Place with Hag Stones in these colourful designs:

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Welcome to The Autism Trust and Polly's Place Shop & Gallery, A Vocational training & support centre for Individuals with autism & families. All products and art are crafted by individuals with autism, or the families and supporters.

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