Wild Hand Workspace is a studio at Monroe Street Market shared by photographer/curator Victoria Milko and Panda Head‘s Morgan Hungerford West. The studio regularly hosts events, workshops, art shows, and pop-ups. One of their exciting new announcements is the presentation of work by artist Kelly Hughes. From Wild Hand Workspace:
Wild Hand Workspace is excited to present Chromatic Transmissions, a solo show by Kelly Hughes/Cobra Wu
from July 17 – July 20. The show will be open 6-9PM on July 17 and 11AM - 2PM on Saturday + Sunday, July 19 + 20.
Please join us for the opening reception Thursday, July 17 from 6PM – 9PM
ABOUT KELLY HUGHES:
Kelly Hughes (Cobra Wu) is a Washington, DC based mixed-media artist. She attended George Mason University where she studied cognitive science and art. Her work explores the emotionality of color and absurd narrative. The pieces included in this exhibition are inspired by remote associations formed from scrambled radio signals. More of her work can be seen at her website, MindglowStudios.com.
The Wild Hand is located at Studio 8 on the Arts Walk at the Monroe Street Market, 716 Monroe St NE.