Carrie Anne Hudson Art in Hawaii!

The news is out! Carrie Anne is excited to share she has been invited to create a Hayao Miyazaki inspired piece for Spoke Art and POW WOW Worldwide - Hawaii edition! For an advanced collectors preview, please email 


Spoke Art Gallery and POW! WOW! HAWAII! are proud to present "My Neighbor Hayao", an art show tribute to the films of Hayao Miyazki.

Featuring over 100 international artists working across a wide range of mediums from painting to sculpture to print making, each providing their own unique interpretation of their favorite Miyazaki films, characters and scenes.

This special weekend-only exhibition will be on view inside Ala Moana Center (unit 1234) from February 13-17.

Online sales to begin Thursday Feb 21.

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Alien! 40 Years, 40 Artists

In collaboration with Titan Books* (, Carrie Anne Hudson has been invited to contribute artwork to an official art book in association with Twentieth Century Fox. This art book will feature various female artists submitting pieces inspired from the sci-fi classic film: Alien (1979). Book release date TBA.

*Titan Books are a leading publisher of high-quality film and TV tie-ins, with particular strength in the area of licensed entertainment titles. They create some of the world's best movie and TV art books, including publications on everything from Robert McGinnis to Syd Mead.

Haunted: A solo art exhibition

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Carrie Anne Hudson is proud to announce her first, large-scale solo show in San Diego at basile IE Gallery. Art previews will be available soon.

Deceased loved ones, failed relationships, reoccurring nightmares... In her newest art exhibition, “Haunted”, Carrie Anne Hudson digs deep into the psyche of what truly haunts you.

Opening Reception: Saturday, August 11th, 6PM-9PM
Closing Reception: Sunday, September 2nd, 1PM-4PM


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basileIE/ CM Curatorial Galleries is located in the heart of Barrio Logan, San Diego at:

2070 Logan Ave
San Diego, CA 92113

Art Contributor: "Black Candies: The Eighties"

Carrie Anne Hudson has been invited to contribute artwork to the latest installment of the Black Candies horror book series: The Eighties.

"We’re living in a loop. Things keep repeating. The eighties almost killed us, and now they’re back to finish the job." 

BLACK CANDIES: THE EIGHTIES features 23 stories of analog horror that slice through the late-night whir of VHS, the big hair, and neon parties to prove that nostalgia is the real murderer behind the mask. Available for purchase here.

Prior contributions from Carrie, for Black Candies include:
2015- BLACK CANDIES: SURVEILLANCE (Available here)
2016- BLACK CANDIES: GROSS & UNLIKEABLE (Available here)