Catherine Smith’s Purple Series #1 #2 in Art New England – September/October 2011 issue

One of my favorite magazines to read on Contemporary Art and Culture is Art New England.  My copy of the September/October 2011 issue arrived today.  Two of my recent  works in the Purple Line series are shown in their “Artist Directory” .

Purple Line Series - Gold Hay 2011 CWSmith

I decided to use the services of a professional photographer to shoot the art for this magazine and I was thrilled with the true color images that Laurie Simonds of Fresh Life Photography provided for this issue. Though I haven’t read all of the Reviews yet, the one page ad of David Hall Fine Art in Wellesley, Massachusetts put that gallery on my destination list to see the John Grillo Exhibition : The Abstract Expressionist Years – Opening September 17th – through October 15th.  — Read more about John Grillo in Deborah Forman’s article “Moved by Serendipity”.  Art New England  P. O. Box 3000, Denville, New Jersey 07834-9945
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About Catherine Whall Smith

Fiber Artist working with contemporary textiles.
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5 Responses to Catherine Smith’s Purple Series #1 #2 in Art New England – September/October 2011 issue

  1. Rita Hannafin says:

    The color is enticing. Congrats on the ad in Art new England.

  2. Kate says:

    Congratulations Catherine! I love the purple and gold.
    ~Kate

  3. laura gaffke says:

    Hi Catherine!
    I just saw that you had a show coming up at the SunUp Gallery and thought I would congratulate you! YEA! I also didn’t realize you were a fellow blogger. So fun to see all of your work and hear your thoughts. I really appreciate you reminding me of John Grillo. I hadn’t looked at his work in some time and forgot how much I appreciated his colorful compositions. I love yours as well. They are always so fun and interesting to look at! Best of luck with your new show. Laura

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