Unique in intention and complexity, the work of abstract artist Laura Hapka is a byproduct of her life experiences and creative experimentation. The sum of the two portray her genuine appreciation for artistic process. Post graduate school, Hapka traveled the world and continued to take classes in various aesthetic styles and mediums. Through several years of exploration with acrylic, and numerous iterations later, she developed and cultivated her unique technique. Her practice and developing style has generated industry recognition and a fast-growing reputation.
Laura established a deep connection to the land early on as she grew up on a potato farm in Northern Minnesota. Her relationship to design and nature is evident in the art she creates. Hapka lives and works in Oakland, California, and applies all three of her degrees in Environmental Design, Landscape Architecture, and Master of Business Administration to her artwork and part-time occupation as Client Relationship Director for a Design & Construction Company.
Featured image on this page: ‘3636 Money-Chrome Black’, (2) 36×36″ acrylic and shredded United States currency on wood panels.