(lives Newtonville, MA)
Judy Haberl is known for uniting the worlds of sculpture and photography. A graduate of School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, she is Professor of Sculpture at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. In addition to her work being housed many regional public and corporate collections, Haberl is the recipient of grants from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, Massachusetts Cultural Council, and Howard Foundation.
Haberl was featured in the 2002 PRC Juried Exhibition, with her large format Polaroid work of submerged objects and crafted ice sculptures. More recently, Haberl has pushed photography further into installation, including glow-in-the-dark panoramas of topiaries and aerial photographs printed on fabric, shown at Gallery Kayafas where she is represented.