My piece “Transfusion in TWO PARTS” (60H x 72W) shown below can be seen in this show along with the rest of the Fiber Art in “COLLECTION B” by the following Artists – Mary Arnold, Pat Budge, Beth Carney, Nancy Cordry, Cheryl Costley, Nancy Crasco, Helen Geglio, Valerie Goodwin, Betty Hahn, Jean Howard, Mary Anne Jordan, Barbara Kanaya, Jill Kerttula, Misik Kim, Carol Larson, Jane Lloyd, Jeanne Marklin, Judy Martin, Valerie Maser-Flanagan, Melody Money, Dan Olfe, Gabrielle Paquin, Arturo A. Sandoval, Catherine Whall Smith, Cécile Trentini, and Sandra L.H. Woock. As you view each piece take in the artists thoughts from the shows catalogue. Here are a few, Cheryl Costley, Marco Island Florida, “Building Unity” (60 x 57) “To create unity while maintaining variety is always a challenge in art. So it is in life as well.” Jeanne Marklin, Williamstown, Mass. “Tree Wounds” (46 x 40) “The impact of global warming on trees “What are you doing to us?”. Jean Howard, Auxvasse, Missouri, “Harlem Renaissance Dance” (71 x 48) was inspired by a visit to an exhibit of Harlem Renaissance Art.
While at the MMoA you will also be able to view “More Than Hot Type“, a special printmaking exhibition in collaboration with the Providence Art Club (PAC) of Rhode Island, More Than Hot Type showcases PAC’s group portfolio of 25 innovative prints targeting contemporary social and political issues, environmental concerns, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the legacy of printmaking itself.
So Enjoy the DRIVE! Maybe I will see you there. Stay Safe . . . Smith Stitch Studio!
Please visit my website www.catherinewhallsmith.com to view more of my art and to read my studio up-dates.
Congratulations, All .. this is great news!!! N
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I look forward to visiting the show after we get back from Paris! JEANIE
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