Artist Maggie Haas Explores Idea of Transition and Impermanence

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 1, 2013 • References: maggiehaas & beautifuldecay
Maggie Haas, an artist currently residing in San Francisco, California, as an art resident at The Lab, creates artworks that revolve around unfinished and discarded objects. Particularly drawn to construction materials, her work is a quiet combination of drawing, object-making and installation. Although unassuming at first, Maggie Haas's sculptures are poetically thought-provoking as they encourage people to think about them in and out of the context they once existed in.

Armed with an acute sense of color and composition, Maggie Haas manages to use her surroundings as both a medium and a platform for her work. In fact, her latest solo show is comprised of sculptures made from material found in The Lab studio. Starkly elegant, Maggie Haas' addresses the idea of transition and impermanence. Stats for Construction Material Artworks Trending: Older & Mild
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