"The End of Daze" Photographs

I recently commissioned my good friend and amazing photographer Phil Jackson to document my window display "The End of Daze" at The University of the Arts. I am extremely happy with how the photos turned out, as this window is notoriously difficult to photograph without any glare. THANKS PHIL

Phil is quite the popular dude these days, and has a lot of projects in the pipeline that I am certainly anticipating. Keep your ear to the ground or check him out at these various places on the internet:






New Paintings for "The End of Daze"

"The Eye of the Quiet Storm"
13.5" x 13.5" x 1.75"
mixed media

"The Eagle and the Stallion"
12" x 24" x 1.75"
mixed media

"Still Tempest"
30" x 36" x 2.75"
mixed media

Above are the new paintings created for a window display in the "Window on Broad" at the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery in the University of the Arts. As I was working on these pieces I wound up focusing more on the build up of materials and mediums to get these pieces to a finished state. This made the surface of the paintings much more textural, which I found interesting.

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better photographs of the window coming soon ...


"The End of Daze" window installation

front of promo card

back of promo card

I am very excited to announce that I will creating a new installation for my alma mater The University of the Arts. The installation will be up from October 15, 2011 to November 15, 2011 and is located at 320 South Broad Street (pretty much Broad and Pine) on the East side of the street in front the infamous Anderson Hall (home to my beloved illustration department that I graduated from).

It is entitled "The End of Daze" (based of a previous painting) heres the blurb from the promo card that I wrote:

“The End of Daze” is an installation created specifically for the Window on Broad, in association with the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery at The University of the Arts. This new environment, created by South Philadephia based artist Bradford Haubrich, intends to address the impending doom predicted for our Mother Earth, as well as its inhabitants, and how we may survive such trauma. Here the on-going visual narrative created by the artist, which references rely upon the duality and balance of the man-made, naturally-occuring, masculine, feminine, old, and new, set the stage for this installation. Please enjoy these new works and structures.

Check it out if you're in the Center City Philadelphia area!

Below is a little preview: