Tag Archives: Catherine Whall Smith
To Celebrate – the Mystic Museum of Art has put together a virtual show titled – AMERICANA: 64th Annual Themed Regional Exhibition Dates: July 4 – September 26, 2020. My piece “Hay . . . Keep Your Distance #4” (far … Continue reading
As mentioned in my last post, I save the selvage edge of my fabrics to be able to purchase more fabric at a later date. I didn’t know at the time I started the “Hay . . . Keep Your … 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
My studio up-date on the “Barriers” series will be short this week. I completed the top to the first shutter panel, looked pretty good – but as I was thinking about where my hand quilting would go, I thought that … Continue reading
This Friday, I am sharing something on the lighter side from ~ Bear Creek Quilting Co. “I hear some people are starting to feel stressed in lockdown! I was just talking about this with my sewing machine, and she seamed … 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
During last week’s storm, one of our large – over 1o0 feet high evergreen tree’s cracked partway down the trunk. Below is one of the sections on the ground. I was so delighted that it just barely missed our garden … Continue reading