Catherine Whall Smith . . . from ONE come MANY!!

Working in a series creates MANY. Right now I have MANY pots filled with blooming cactus plants. All but one of the pots shown below were a part of a single large cactus plant. Recently divided up they now reinforce the idea of ONE can become MANY! In my studio, I usually work in a series and let one piece inform the next to create MANY.

Or I may take a “PART” of a larger piece and come up with a new look. Below left I am pointing to an image that I have used in several pieces.This original piece incorporates one of my photo images of a near by farm, my screen dyed “hand” print, and a lot of slashing with my rotary cutter. NOTE: “Studio Recordings” on “Grab and Go #2” – “Because the original piece had my graphic hand screen print, I need to have some more movement on #2. I decided to use a beautiful black & brown fabric that has a lot of movement in it. This is the point in developing that I start to really like it and get excited about the piece . . . as I “see” where I am going with it.

“Grab and Go” (36H x 40W)
“Grab and Go #2” (26H x 25W)

UP-DATE: Artist Open Studio https://www.aosct.org/artist.htm?id=KN5uDokT I plan to hang some of my pieces in my “She Shed” at 44 Chaplin Street, Chaplin, Connecticut. Visit during the second week-end December 4th – 5th, 2021. Or by appointment (860) 455-0270.

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About Catherine Whall Smith

Fiber Artist working with contemporary textiles.
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