Hanna Jubran

MFA, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee
127 Jenkins Fine Arts Center

Hanna Jubran’s work addresses the concepts of time, movement, balance, and space. Each sculpture occupies and creates its own reality influenced by its immediate surroundings. The work does not rely on one media to evoke the intended response, but takes advantage of compatible materials such as wood, granite, steel, stainless steel, iron and bronze.

Hanna regularly participates in International art shows, competitions and symposiums. Some of his most recent activities are: the creation of “A Monument to a Century of Flight” in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina; International Sculpture Biennale, Chaco, Argentina; Elements of the Earth Symposium at Pedvale Sculpture Park, Sabile, Latvia, International Wood carving Symposium, St. Blasien, Germany; International Sculpture Symposium, Pirkkala, Finland; Tultepec, Mexico Monumental Sculpture Symposium; International Sculpture Symposia in Jish and Ma’llot, Israel, Cayo Largo, Cuba, Granby, Canada, Kemijarvi, Finland; International Sculpture Symposium and Conference in Europas Parkas, Vilnius, Lithuania; and the Toyamura International Sculpture Biennial at Toyamura Japan—where he received semi-grand prize. For each symposia Hanna participates in, the sculpture created is retained as part of the town or organization’s permanent collection.

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