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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
Since 2019 will be busy with several shows in the works. I decided to start thinking about which pieces I will be hanging for the month of February at the the Art Corridor on the Saint Raphael Campus of the … Continue reading
During this years CT Open House Day I will be participating in one of the TEXTILE TRIO 2016 events at the Windham Textile & History Museum @411 Main St., Willimantic, CT – from 10AM – 4PM. The June 11th Quilting & … Continue reading
Catherine Whall Smith . . . asks when does your art (or that Thanksgiving Turkey) become “larger than life”
Thursday morning I was up early to drive to Old Saybrook, CT to take the train into New York City for the day. My purpose was to attend the new members induction ceremony of the National Association of Women Artists, … Continue reading
Reality check – it’s time to get busy hand quilting the first of a new series for 2015 “Sticks and Stones”. The opening of the 45th Annual Nor’easter at the New Britain Museum of American Art (NBMAA) was today – … Continue reading
Catherine Whall Smith wishes you a “Happy Thanksgiving” and wonders again (Fresh or Frozen) will it be enough!
My past Thanksgiving Day posts on the following dates November 22, 2013 November 23, 2010 November 23, 2011 November 21, 2012 all dealt with the size of my art, and the size and number of turkeys that I would prepare for our … Continue reading