Julia Haack

Julia Haack

Julia received her BA from the University of New Hampshire with a concentration in sculpture. Her aesthetic fits the Pattern and Decoration Movement of the 1970s, which explored non-Western styles by using flattened design elements and de-emphasizing any particular focal point. Julia’s creative inspirations are broad, originating from direct observations of urban and rural landscapes as well as world textiles and non-traditional quilt designs. Her work is made almost exclusively with salvaged wood.

Keating Foible Julia Haack

Keating's Foible, 2010


The shape of this sculpture is taken from architectural details of three of the five houses in the Mad Homes Project.  It is placed facing diagonally towards the houses, as if saying “farewell.”

360 view Mad Homes

Panoramic Photo by © Bradford Bohonus

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