Category Archives: Hand Quilted
“Hay . . . Keep Your Distance #6” – needed a lot of BIAS binding and a REAL name – so because of the scissor images in one of the fabrics – (see detail below) it has been named “Cutting … Continue reading
Before the 2008 Election, I started working on a piece that I thought would celebrate the nomination of Hillary Clinton as the Democrats Presidential candidate. History changed my focus when Barack Obama became the nominee. Thus the completed piece shown … Continue reading
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. … Continue reading
Catherine Whall Smith . . . is Staying Home Stitching in her Studio and sending the CWA show up-date.
Considering the Chaos (BEFORE)Two of the Results – (AFTER) These two tops are now being hand quilted. I usually photograph the back of the quilt tops (see below) This is the last time I will be able to view the … Continue reading
So, if you remember, during July 2019 I shared my post “Catherine Whall Smith . . enjoys-driving-the-back-roads-of-connecticut. At that time the plastic covered hay bales were dressed up with bunny ears and sunglasses. Today I drove that same road and … Continue reading
Sunday, July 7th on my way to the Mystic Museum of Art in Mystic, CT I can across this, I was eager to get to the “drop-off” in Mystic, so on my way home to Chaplin, CT I stopped on … Continue reading
Here are a few more photos from the “Stitched” Reception on Sunday, March 3rd, 2019. At The Ruth Wells Center for the Arts, 111 Main Street Southbridge MA. Gallery Hours Friday 2 – 6 p.m.; Sat. Sun. 12 -4 p.m.
Next Thursday (2/28/2019), I plan to be at the Art Corridor on the Saint Raphael Campus of the Yale New Haven Hospital for the “taking down” of the joint February 2019 show of fiber art created by me and paintings … Continue reading
On, April 27th I posted information on “Explorations: Journeys in Creativity, The Quilt Artist’s Studio”. The aim of this exhibit is to educate the viewer about particular art quilting techniques and each artists passion for their creative process in their … Continue reading
During the past few weeks I have kept busy in my studio finishing the top for the “Explorations: Journeys in Creativity” show. Since my unique hand quilting techniques were selected to share through journaling my process, I had to first … Continue reading