Catherine Whall Smith . . . did the drop off – and is now doing some reading.

The drop off for the up-coming CWA* show was last Friday, and since I was in New Britain I stopped by the New Britain Museum of American Art and took in the Helen Frankenthaler exhibit ; https://nbmaa.org/exhibitions/helen-frankenthaler – as well as the Shantell Martin exhibit in the New/Now Gallery. https://nbmaa.org/exhibitions/new-now-shantell-martin. On the way out I stopped by the Gallery Store and purchased “Show Your Work” a 2014 publication by Austin Kleon. I especially liked Chapter 2 – THINK PROCESS NOT PRODUCT. If you get a chance pick it up and read it – there is something in it for everyone.

*CONNECTICUT WOMEN ARTISTS Invites You to its ANNUAL MEMBERS’ JURIED SHOWShow Dates: APRIL 17 TO MAY 14, 2021at the ART LEAGUE OF NEW BRITAIN30 Cedar St., New Britain, CT Please Come to our COVID-SAFE, GALA OUTDOOR RECEPTIONSaturday, April 17,2021, 1-3 pm (Rain Date, Sunday April 18, 1-3 pm).  Juror: Roxanne Stachalek, Executive Director of West Hartford Art League. This annual exhibit features some of the finest work of the members of Connecticut Women Artists, a 90-plus year old organization of working women arts. This exhibit includes painting, mixed media, drawing, collage, printmaking, fiber art, photography, and sculpture. My piece “Herd Immunity (18H x 36W shown below) can be seen in this show. It includes all cotton commercial and artist hand-dyed fabrics along with my photo image of cows from a near-by farm digitally applied to treated cotton.

NOTE: Viewing hours begin on the day of the opening reception, Saturday, April 17, 2021, from 1:00 to 3:00, and thereafter on Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. and Wednesday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m. Speaking of viewing, I just noticed that someone from Uganda checked out my blog on Sunday, April 11, 2021. Hmmmmm!

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About Catherine Whall Smith

Fiber Artist working with contemporary textiles.
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