“My work describes structure, layers, nuances, hidden history. It is characterized by geometric shapes, textured surfaces, and atmospheric color fields. I am interested in the definitions of space and place, and how space becomes place as we get to know it better and endow it with value. Part geographical, part architectonic, the work is a metaphor for inhabited space.”

Karen Hubacher, a Washington, DC-based artist, has been exhibiting her paintings and collagraphs since 1990. Her work is included in the collections of Edward Albee, the International Monetary Fund, the Washington DC City Hall Art Collection, Embassy Suites Hotel, the American Embassy in Poland, Booz Allen Hamilton, and many other corporate and private collections in the United States and Europe.