Catherine Whall Smith . . . wonders when will I be able to pick up my Art at MMOA and the Hartford Framing Gallery.

So, as many of you have experienced a lot of museums, galleries, and art shows have been either cancelled, gone virtual, or put on hold.  I still have pieces from my “Transfusion” series in two temporarily closed locations in CT.  The “Six by Six” show at the Mystic Museum of Art (shown below), and “Thread Count” at Hartford Gallery Framing https://hartfordfineart.com/ .

TOP – “Transfusion #3″ (41H x 71W) – BELOW – Left to Right – all pieces are mounted on 12″x12″x1.5” canvas frames. More of these Small Studies can be seen on my website link:  https://catherinewhallsmith.com/small-studies/

Artists of all mediums are experiencing this same dilemma.  You can check out some of the New England artists and their websites on line.  The March/April 2020 Artist Directory section of Art New England includes one more piece in my Transfusion series “Blue Bloods”  https://artnewengland.com/artist-directory/ .

Right now the “Transfusion” series is on hold as I start resolving the fabric ideas that now hang on my design wall.

AUDITIONING (below right) some of the fabrics for the “Green Shutters – Barriers” series

                

       So what is on your design wall?

About Catherine Whall Smith

Fiber Artist working with contemporary textiles.
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2 Responses to Catherine Whall Smith . . . wonders when will I be able to pick up my Art at MMOA and the Hartford Framing Gallery.

  1. Helen Weingart says:

    The small pieces are amazing. I love them all.

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