Saturday, Nov. 26 is the last day to catch Cat Fink’s community collaborative show at the Station House Gallery.
Fink invited the public to join her in building art pieces for the show. A big table was set up in the main gallery where people could develop their own art work or watch her work on pieces in the upstairs art room.
“I called it the Joy Diary but didn’t realize how much of a diary it would become, going back and forth between past and present memories,” Fink says.
She worked in the gallery five days a week for a total of 17 days, producing one art piece each day. The public contributed a total of 41 pieces of art for the show which were posted around her growing collection.
“It was really fun to come in every morning and discover new pieces of art that everyone contributed to building the show,” Fink says.