Bold harmony extends her interest in creating digitally native work. She uses brushes that appear like traditional oil on canvas while also innovating with a customized glitched brush that adds texture. She layers rhythmic black lines over a soft color palette, creating an intense contrast. With these works, Haack looked to a lesser-known series of black paintings on unprimed canvas that Pollock created from 1950 to 1952, combining abstraction and figuration. Faces, figures, and flowers are present in her fluid, lingering black lines. She also introduces obscured text collage elements that link to the creation of the piece and Pollock. Paintings exhibited at the Exchange Art Gallery in Southampton.