Port Townsend School of Woodworking
Preserving the Tradition

Katie Hudnall

 

Katie Hudnall

Photo by Harold Lee Miller

Photo by Harold Lee Miller

Katie Hudnall received her BFA from the Corcoran College of Art & Design and her MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in Furniture Design/Woodworking. She has been the recipient of a Virginia Museum of Fine Art Fellowship, the Windgate Wood Residency at the University of Madison, Wisconsin, an Anderson Ranch Residency and most recently a Peter S. Reed Foundation Fellowship.

Her work has been included in many publications and exhibitions including Studio Furniture: The Next Generation, Crafting A Continuum: Rethinking Contemporary Craft, and Beyond Boundaries at SOFA Chicago.

She lives and works in Indianapolis, IN, where she teaches Furniture Design at the Herron School of Art & Design.

Statement:“Building larger furniture and furniture-like objects from small, rough, discarded bits of wood, I sketch pieces together. There’s intensity and an odd sense of worth in something that has been cobbled together from smaller parts. I don’t hide the connections, and I leave traces of attempts and failures to make something work—an odd map of the logic and processes used to assemble the piece.”

 

 

 

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Contact: katiehudnall@hotmail.com
Website: katiehudnall.com
Location: Indianapolis, IN