Another beautiful Fall day – so is it time for a drive or just relax at home. If you are out and about – the Spectrum Gallery in Centerbrook, Connecticut might be a destination or you can relax at home and view their art on-line. Two of my pieces that are now available online incorporate my hay images photographed at local farms in Connecticut. Here is a part of their Product Description on that site:
“An original all cotton fabric quilt by Catherine Whall Smith. This vibrant, complex work is created with thread and batting, improvisational piecing and slashing, and is machine pieced and hand quilted. Photo images have been applied to the treated cotton. Patterns, colors, and emerging lines are the major themes in the quilts by Smith. Smith is an award-winning quilter whose work has been shown in numerous solo, group shows and juried exhibitions. . . . “
“In My Own World #1” (44H x 36W) shown above and “In My Own World#2 (44H X 36W) full view and detail shown below; are now available for purchase on line at the Spectrum Gallery Anytime
http://www.spectrumartgallery.org/product-category/fiber-art/fiber-wall-art/quilts/ Where you can shop online year-round for unique fine art and high-quality crafts. Your Purchases Provide Funds for the Programs and Exhibits of the nonprofit Arts Center Killingworth and the Arts Center’s Spectrum Gallery and Store. AND, guess where the inspiration for “In My Own World #2” came from!