Catherine Whall Smith . . . thinks there is still time!

My last post included the “Bunny with the Sunglasses” picture from Ledyard CT.  Next Monday, August 19th, I will once again pass by that installation art to pick up my piece at the Mystic Museums of Art. “Blue Bloods” Transfusion #8 (42H x 42W) shown here  is in two parts connected by fabric lines that allow you to see the wall behind it.  The piece is in their back gallery, on the far wall where it has a lot of impact. The two framed pieces on either side work beautifully with my large piece. So, thank you to the person who hung The Mystic Museum of Art Member’s & Elected Artist Exhibition on view until Saturday, August 17th, 2019.   If you should head down to Mystic, CT you will also be able to take in the yearly Sidewalk Sale in Downtown Mystic (just a short walk from the Museum) – August 16th, 17th, and 18th https://thisismystic.com/event/downtown-mystic-sidewalk-sale-2019/.  Enjoy the drive!

NOTE:  During September, I will be participating in a joint show at the Tolland Art Center (TAC) in Tolland, CT. “American Barns and Farms” includes Oil Paintings by Jane Collins and my scenic Fiber Art. Opening Reception is Saturday, September 7th 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.  On Saturdays during the month of September Jane and I will also be doing  demonstrations on how we each use our different mediums in creating our art.

 

 

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About Catherine Whall Smith

Fiber Artist working with contemporary textiles.
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