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I’ll be exhibiting four new prints in MemoryLab at HistoryMiami.  The prints are inspired by photographs from the HistoryMiami collection, one from 1884, and another from 1929.  The exhibition opens Thursday, March 9, from 6 – 8 PM and runs through April 16.  There will be a free Family Fun day on March 11 with activities related to the exhibition.

Please join me for the opening reception for my exhibition It Was to Be a Glittering City at Under the Bridge art space in North Miami, Sunday, November 20, from 4 – 7 PM.  Under the Bridge is located at 12425 NE 13th Ave, # 4,North Miami, Florida.

Opening November 20, 2016, at Under the Bridge art space, 12425 NE 13th Ave, # 4, North Miami, Florida. It Was to Be a Glittering City, an exhibition of monotypes by Kathleen Hudspeth.

I have three new works in Florida Dreaming, at FAU University Galleries.  The exhibition opens Friday, November 4, with a reception from 6:30 – 8:30 PM.

FLORIDA DREAMING is an exhibition that looks at the Florida Dream—and its obstacles. This group exhibition features contemporary artists who weave together themes that confront and shape life in Florida: its industries, politics, environment, races and ethnicities. Florida Dreaming contemplates the past, present and future of this complex place of dreams.

The exhibition was curated by Erica Ando.

Exhibiting artists are:  Eddie Arroyo, AST(Diann Bauer, Felice Grodin, Patricia Margarita Hernandez, Elite Kedan), Zack Balber, Leah Brown, Margarita Cano, Phillip Estlund, Naomi Fisher, Adler Guerrier, Kathleen Hudspeth, Silvia Lizama, Rick Newton, Onajide Shabaka, and Barron Sherer.

I’ll be participating in an artist talk with Adler Guerrier on January 17, 2017, from 7 – 8:30 PM.

Dyed-to-Match in the Mire, K. Hudspeth, 2016. Oil-based monotype, screenrpint, gouache, watercolor.  11" x 15". Unique.

Dyed-to-Match in the Mire, K. Hudspeth, 2016. Oil-based monotype, screenrpint, gouache, watercolor. 11″ x 15″. Unique.

The works in Florida Dreaming are part of my larger body of new work that will be on view in It Was to Be a Glittering City, which opens at Under the Bridge art space on November 20.