Catherine Whall Smith . . . is waiting for the “WHITE STUFF”! (and it’s HERE!)

While I am waiting for the “WHITE STUFF” I decided to share a few UP-DATES

1 – MIXMASTER: Juried Members Exhibition – ON VIEW January 30th – March 16th, 2022
Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT. Initiated to support and recognize contemporary art, MIXMASTER provides an opportunity for established and emerging artists to debut their most recent work, done in the last three years. Selected works have been judged by Kyle Harris, Director of Peter Blum Gallery in New York City. OPENING CELEBRATIONSunday, January 30 – 1:00 – 3:00 PM. My piece “Waiting for What!” has been included in this show. If you or anyone you know would like to view a livestream, there is that option. Click this link to register and receive a Zoom invitation:
https://www.mattmuseum.org/calendar/mixmaster-2022-opening-celebration/.

2 – “LOCAL COLOR – A Connecticut Welcome” at the Guilford Art Center, Guilford CT – ON VIEW – February 4th to March 5th, 2022. – Two pieces from my “Hay . . . Keep your Distance” series – “Love Letters as the Numbers Grow” and “The Mighty Oak Leaves” can be seen in this exhibit. SAQACT member, Gina Frank shares the details https://www.zip06.com/profile/20220126/not-grandmax2019s-quilt-frank-helps-saqa-host-art-quilt-exhibitx2019s-premiere-at-gac?fbclid=IwAR09WZhjciXQq08e6AksZlzokVV_Lm2jlDRWEviX2wiWRj9swKvMei22SE8 . CLICK on https://catherinewhallsmith.com/portfolio/2008-2-2/ to view all of my HKYD pieces.

3 – The Mystic Museum of Art, Mystic, CT – Quilt National ’21 – ON VIEW – March 18 – April 17, 2022! A portion of QN 2021 (which includes “Transfusion . . . in TWO PARTS”) will be displayed along with the curated “Collection B.” More information to follow. Here’s the link: https://dairybarn.org/exhibits/touring-exhibitions/.

Depending on how much “WHITE STUFF” we receive this week-end I plan to attend the Mattatuck Museum Opening either in person or via Zoom – or home stitching. How about YOU!
STAY SAFE . . . Smith Stitch Studio

About Catherine Whall Smith

Fiber Artist working with contemporary textiles.
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