Artist member since 2018
North York, Ont
Julia Hacker is a Canadian contemporary artist. She was born in Belarus, part of the former USSR. After receiving Masters in Fashion Design, she worked as a leading fashion designer in the capital of Belarus. Julia was also involved in creating stage costumes and run a monthly spread in a local Fashion magazine. Julia Hacker started her artistic journey after moving to Canada, Toronto, where she still resides and works. Over the years, she has taken numerous workshops and art classes, honing her diverse techniques and art education. Today, Julia is a full-time artist, combining time between painting in her studio, mentoring, and volunteering at workshops for cancer patients. Julia Hacker created an extensive body of work and exhibited in solo and group shows in Canada, Toronto, New York, California, and Texas. Julia works closely with interior designers and real estate agents; she also makes a commissioned work and installations. Julia Hacker is a proud member of the Society of Canadian Artists. Her work is represented by ADC fine art gallery in Cincinnati. Artist sells art through online galleries and her own website. Julia Hacker's artwork is in private and corporate collections all over the world.
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