Kathleen Hudspeth

 
Kathleen Hudspeth, Magic City Snake Oil, 2013

Kathleen Hudspeth, Magic City Snake Oil, 2013

Kathleen Hudspeth creates unique, hand-pulled prints using a variety of print and drawing techniques. The works in this exhibition are part of her series It Was to Be a Glittering City, which imagines a future narrative of Miami’s decline. Hudspeth uses images that are deeply encoded metaphors for landscape, urbanscape, people, and their dreams. 

Hudspeth is an artist, printmaker, arts writer, and art instructor in Miami, FL. She is also the founder and co-director of Turn-Based Press, a Knight Foundation Challenge Grant recipient. Hudspeth earned a BFA from University of Texas at Austin and an MFA from University of Miami. Her solo exhibition, It Was to Be a Glittering City, will be presented in November 2016 at Under the Bridge Art Space (North Miami, FL). She has exhibited at MDC Museum of Art + Design (Miami), Bass Museum of Art (Miami), Bas Fisher Invitational (Miami), among others.