Catherine Whall Smith invites you to two December events

On Saturday December 7th, 2013 I will be participating in the Northeastern Connecticut Artists’ Open Studio – – at my home in Chaplin, CT the hours are from 10 – 5.  So please stop by to visit with me and view some of my new work of 2013. I’ve continued to explore my simple line in abstract renditions of my “Gold Hay” series; as well as small works that incorporate my photo images of those”marshmallows” and “hay bales” that are a part of my rural surroundings in Northeastern Connecticut.  A new series “In My Own World” %22In My Own World 1– piece #1 shown on the right (44H x 36W inches) will be on display that day.          Then on Sunday, December 8th       I will be at the Opening of a wonderful fiber show titled “Local Color” that was hung this week at the Slater Museum in Norwich, Connecticut.  This show also includes works from “Fiber Revolution” so you will be seeing two shows at one venue – a win! win! situation.  On view from November 22, 2013 – January 14, 2014.

Local Color is a juried, traveling exhibit of fiber art created by members of Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) which celebrates the beauty and diversity of Connecticut.  The show consists of more than 40 pieces and each one reveals amazing talent, creativity, and inspiration.  Two of my pieces have been juried into this show –  “Heating Up the Hay” and “Public Transportation”.

SO if you can please join me on Saturday, December 7th at 44 Chaplin Street, Chaplin, CT or on Sunday, December 8th at the Slater Museum Norwich Free Academy  305 Broadway  Norwich, CT  06360  860-887-2505   Slater Museum  for the Opening Reception  from 2-4:00 p.m.

About Catherine Whall Smith

Fiber Artist working with contemporary textiles.
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