Tag Archives: Art Quilts
Though I think we all will agree that we are not pleased with the Covid vaccination numbers as the infection rate and numbers rise – but, there are some numbers that are worth sharing. The price of Art Quilts that … Continue reading
I am a completer . . . no matter how long it takes! Artists refer to unfinished work as “Works in Progress” (WIP’s). My “Barriers” and “Ruth Snow Bowen” quilts are still “WIP’s” I ask myself “Why?”. Since starting these … Continue reading
I grew up in a home where my mother Rose, was usually making something like curtains, clothes, etc. I too did the same when I had my own home. curtains, clothes, etc. But in the mid 1970’s when quilts were … Continue reading
Catherine Whall Smith . . . Catherine Whall Smith . . . is amazed that she has some “Corona Virus” fabric!
One of my favorite sayings is “SIMPLIFY! SIMPLIFY! SIMPLIFY! I even have that sign! Studio Up-Date: the top of the first panel of my “Barriers” series is almost complete – will post that next Friday. AND, “Hay . . . … Continue reading
Getting ready for Connecticut’s “Hang – a – Quilt” Day on Saturday, June 20th, 2020 – time to decide which piece I will hang on our side porch. Right now with all that is happening, I’m thinking “Pain” (59H x … Continue reading
START TO FINISH Today, I thought I would share my “improvisational” piecing process using five images; #1 – The fabric piece with red dots on a white background has been laid on top of the background fabric. #2 – … 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
Catherine Whall Smith . . . thinks it’s time to move and don’t forget Saturday’s demo by Kate Themel
Time to move to another color palette. Red, red, and more RED, that color in a variety of prints has dominated my work in my “Transfusion” series for quite awhile. But as you can see below, there are some new … Continue reading
There is a lot going on at the Hartford Fine Art and Framing Gallery. “Thread Count” Winter 2020 Lecture Series and Demonstrations are free to all artists and art lovers. Check out Facebook for up-dates. https://www.facebook.com/hartfordfineartandframing/ Sat. Feb. 15th, 11AM … Continue reading