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My solo exhibition, It Was to Be a Glittering City, at Under the Bridge closes January 8, 2017 with a reception from noon to three PM.  The reception coincides with the closing brunch for the exhibition by Yanira Collado at Bridge Red, which was recently recommended as a worthy venue by Elisa Turner during the 2016 Miami Art Week.

Under the Bridge is located at 12425 NE 13th Ave, # 4, North Miami, FL.

Some installation shots below; documentation by Daniel Portnoy.

. . . the show exudes a kind of acquiescent serenity….a wonderful sense of release, as if allowing oneself to succumb to the soft resonant palette of the works, a kind of subtle sense of intimacy, due possibly to the simplicity of the subjects, and the careful way the show is hung, makes things ok…. If you get a chance, stop in, take a deep breath..and let it go.

–David Rohn, Re á Semble at Art is About

 

 

As part of the official Art Basel | Artist Studio Visits, my exhibition It Was to Be a Glittering City will be on view Saturday, December 3, 2016, from 9 AM to noon at Under the Bridge art space.

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Also available for viewing and touring are the studios of:

Carol K. Brown
Robert Thiele
Kristen Thiele
Lou Anne Colodny
Stephan Tugrul
Yanira Collado
William Cordova
Luisa Basnuevo

Additionally, exhibitions featuring the work of Yanira Collado and Raoul Sententat will also be on view.

Some of the works in my exhibition can be seen at Art is About.

The galleries and studios are located at 12425 NE 13th Ave, North Miami.  [Map at link.]

I hope that you can join us.

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PDF invitation at this link.

I had two works in at the Florida Gulf Coast University for Self Published, a show of artists books and editions that was curated by Juana Meneses and Leila A Leder Kremer.

Three framed prints and a large-scale pattern repeat screenprint were shown at the MDC-NWSA Faculty Show, Work/Work at the Museum of Art and Design.

KH at MDC Museum of Art and Design, WorkWork, 2014 edit 2

The image below shows the registration marks that I used to print the large-scale pattern repeat.

K. Hudspeth, registration marks for Stupid Lubbers (large scale

On November 22, 2014, as part of the Miami Book Fair‘s local focus The Swamp, poet Stephen Schaurer read poems from broadsides that he collaborated on with me and Ana G. Gonzalez Silva; Ana and I were co-presenters, showing the finished broadsides on stage while he spoke. The broadsides were on view in Sweat II  at the Miami-Dade College Kendall Campus gallery.

The broadside that Stephen and I collaborated on is titled Cuts, and is a two-run print using an intaglio-inked collograph plate and Pronto Plate lithography.

Cuts, by K. Hudspeth and Stephen Schaurer