In a very persuasive way Hauschka connects the tradition of the Czech painting with the context of the international art scene. His work moves on the border of abstract and figurative painting. He works with stimuli from his surrounding. He gives real objects timeless meaning by generalizing them in abstract shapes. This way he manages to objectify not only figures and objects but untouchable
moods and feelings which in his paintings receive tangible physical form.
Hauschka's paintwork is soaked with strong energy and expression. It pulses with an intensive inner charge. It portraits the deeply rooted tradition of the Central European expressionism which played an important part in the paintings of Germany, Czech Republic and Austria already from the start of the 20th century.