Born 1946. Kepets’s lithographs and serigraphs of the 1970s, such as Metropolitan Arches and Manhattan facades, represent microcosms, parts of a whole that suggest a larger universe. Hugh Kepets has taken his inquiry almost to the extreme of abstraction in his study of minute portions of buildings and little slices of what could be much larger subjects. His preferred media have been drawing and prints on paper. His works are in collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Library of Congress, the Art Institute of Chicago and the New York Public Library, among others. Kathy and Hugh's collaboration started in 1979. Kathy and Hugh shared a studio for over 10 years. Kathy collaborated with him in platemaking and as master printer.