Greetings from Harrisville, where we are experiencing our first serious snowfall right this very minute. Those of us in the higher elevations in the Monadnock Region can anticipate up to 18" of the white stuff. But hey, 'tis the season! This weekend marked my final show of 2019, and I wrapped up with one of [...]
Happy November. It has been a very busy Fall. I scheduled a number of art shows this year, many of which were out of state and involved significant travel. Some of my events were at new venues, such as The American Craftsmen Show in Ridgefield, CT, and some took place closer to home. I've come [...]
Confession: after a summer and early fall of weaving a lot of kitchen towels (my most popular item at fine craft shows and for custom requests) I began to suffer from dishtowel fatigue. My husband, in his infinite wisdom, suggested that I mix things up a bit and design and weave something new and different. [...]
Art show challenge: making the most of a 4' table space.
Kate's new overshot weaving for table runners and "Broke Arts" fair, June 2019.
Gee whiz, December came and went and here we are in the middle of January. Happy (belated) 2019, everyone. Now that the boys are back at university and the holiday festivities have past, I've started planning in earnest for the 2019 art fair circuit. Yes! The planning begins nearly a year in advance, especially for [...]
Hello, friends. It was a treat to exhibit my work for the first time at Historic New England's Roseland Cottage in Woodstock, Connecticut. While it was a bit rainy during set-up on Saturday morning, the good people of Woodstock braved the elements and supported the event in earnest. Here is a photo of Roseland Cottage [...]
"I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers," says one of my favorite literary characters of all time, Anne Shirley. Yes, it is "sweatah weathah" here in New England. And what a comforting thought this is. September closed for me with the inaugural Capital Arts Fest, held in Concord, New Hampshire [...]