Cathy Weaver Taylor is an artist who likes coming up with new and different ways to see the world.
Cathy is available for assemblage workshops for both paper luminaries and recycled nets to become colorful spider webs.
Spider webs are made from recycled plastic nets from vegetables such as potatoes and onions and avocados. Participants will be saving these to bring to the event. Together we will staple nets together within a frame like a hula-hoop and we will be able to hang with fishing line outdoors.
Paper luminaries are made of paper and placed in a sunny window. I will bring materials of paper, glue, scissors and cardboard frames and participants will have their own luminary to take home to put up on a window sill at home.
Starry Starry Night- recycled bottle caps as magnets- Please Touch- art show in collaboration with Perkins School for the Blind at Mosesian Center in Watertown
May 27-September 7
opening June 6 @5:30-8-:30
2018 was a very busy year!
-Awarded an Arts Worcester Material Needs grant to work with photography series- Light and Shadows-in aluminum. I am organizing now for a show this fall at Arts Worcester’s new gallery at the Printers Building. Thank you to Juliet Feibel and everyone at Arts Worcester.
-Awarded two 'Luminaries in the Library' projects with local MA Cultural Council grants: Worcester Public Library (WPL), Worcester Arts Counci(WAC) and the Upton Public Library/Upton Cultural Council.
-Solo show Reflect, Too at the Worcester Senior Center
-Participated in two group shows at the Sprinkler Factory Artists Gallery, Healing Fibers with Bayda Asbridge and Provocative Synergy with Anne McNiven.
-Participated in seven other art-shows in the Worcester and Greater Boston areas: One, Perspective, Provocative Synergy, Healing Fibers, Save Notre Dame, Technomancy, Rebirth, There’s No Place Like Home, Appropriation in Art; thank you to Arts Worcester, Sprinkler Factory Gallery, Worcester Pop Up, Worcester Cultural Center, Till Wave Gallery, Mosesian Center for the Arts.
-Participated as a vendor at many art fairs that included a Grecian festival at Worcester’s Saint Spyridion, the Natick Farmer’s Market, and the Kringle Fair at the Sprinkler Factory.
Honored to have artwork accompany Elizabeth McKim’s poem in The Luna Calendar 2019 produced by Nancy Passmore.
-Artwork at Uni-T at the Natick Mall with Eujin Kim Neilan that includes: 8x10 matted prints, framed work and many cards.
I want to give a shout out about Alpha Graphics of Worcester. They helped me change the material for the luminaries. They also donated some of the luminary windows for WPL and they were a huge help with the install. I am now working with thin clear film right on the window.