Tag Archives: Ruth Snow Bowen
Catherine Whall Smith . . . had to re-think what she was doing!
Pictured left “Hey . . Hay” (14Hx11Wx1.5D) is complete, as well as “Where did I put that Hay Round” (14Hx11Wx1.5D) below right. Both of these mounted on canvas pieces will be shown at the Annual Member’s show of Arts Center … Continue reading
Catherine Whall Smith . . . is a Completer!
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
Catherine Whall Smith . . . KNOWS she will be HOME for Christmas 2020.
Will you be home for Xmas or taking a “Road Trip” REAL or SURREAL? Right now the thought of being able to travel keeps me hopeful! Fellow artist Dawn Allen has documented her personal journey as an artist in a … Continue reading
Catherine Whall Smith . . . invites you to join her on Sunday, June 23rd @ 2:00 p.m.
SAVE THE DATE: Chaplin Day – Sunday, June 23rd, 2019 TIME: 2:00 p.m. Admission FREE PLACE: Dugan Mill @ The Windham Textile & History Museum, Willimantic CT Join Chaplin resident Catherine Smith as she shares her on-going research … Continue reading
Catherine Whall Smith . . . shares a story about the Gurley Tavern or better known as “The Quilt Shop” in Chaplin
When we moved into our home over 40 years ago – our neighbor at the time was a local legend – Ruth Snow Bowen, one of the foremost quilt makers in Connecticut. Her home was known as The Quilt Shop. … Continue reading