Catherine Whall Smith’s exhibit “Line Dances 2” is on display at the Windham History and Textile Museum in Willimantic, CT

Besides hanging “Line Dances” at the University of Connecticut – I was also invited
to display a few of my pieces at the Windham History and Textile Museum in Willimantic, CT.  The pieces that you will be able to view there until October 19th, 2012 are; “Which Way to Lund”,”Black, White, and Red All Over”, “Gold Hay #4”, “The Kiss”, “Injured in the Woods”, and a new piece “The Tree” that I am in the process of completing – shown below;

"Tree" 2012 CWSmith.All Rights Reserved work in progress

“Tree” 2012 CWSmith.All Rights Reserved work in progress

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The WHTM located at 411 Main Street, Willimantic, CT is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10am- 4pm – Guided Tours: Sunday 2:00 pm. Hours are subject to change – so check their website http://www.millmuseum.org/ 0r call (860)456-2178

While you are there you will also be able to see the show “A Steampunk Reliquary: A Cabinet of Curiosities: The Jewelry of Ann Pedro.”
 – on display until August 26th – check it out!

About Catherine Whall Smith

Fiber Artist working with contemporary textiles.
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