March 8, 2006

H is for Harris



Using mainly wood, Harwell Hamilton Harris exhibited a sensitivity to site and materials that carried on the American Arts & Crafts movement. Adapting from the vernacular of California and from the modular practices of the modernists he created a style of his own. Harris developed a regional oeuvre at balance with naturalism yet embracing a modernist ideology -creating works that exhibited a sensitivity to site and materials and at peace with the environment.


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