Catherine Whall Smith . . . sees LINES and SHAPES everywhere.

During last week’s storm, one of our large – over 1o0 feet high evergreen tree’s cracked partway down the trunk. Below is one of the sections on the ground. I was so delighted that it just barely missed our garden and it’s surrounding fence.  Though it will change our view from our home and my studio; the shadows reminded me of a recent post on Shapes by artist Pat Pauly. You can check it out here;  http://piecesandresistance.blogspot.com/2020/03/shapes-shapes-shapes.html .

Pat’s post made me start looking around at interesting shapes and lines in our back yard.  Here are some old house shutters that might lead to a few fabric studies in my studio.

Time will tell!

Note: How long does it last – recent studies suggest; the Corona Virus can survive; UP to THREE HOURS on paper; UP to 1 DAY on cardboard: and UP to 3 – 7 DAYS on plastic & stainless steel.

Stay Home and Stay Safe – don’t forget your mask. 

About Catherine Whall Smith

Fiber Artist working with contemporary textiles.
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