Artist in the Garden

Date : August 13, 2018

Naumkeag’s Blue Steps designed by landscape architect Fletcher Steele.


During my Naumkeag residency, I will explore the gardens, observing flora and fauna – the freshly blooming sunflowers, the mint filled with feasting honeybees, the spider weaving its web among the apple twigs. These findings and sitings will become marks on paper and cloth, using plant matter from Naumkeag as a dye base.

Friday Aug 24            Summer Steam Dyeing with Garden Flowers

Wednesday Aug 29     Drop in for a Studio Visit,  3-4:30pm

Thursday Aug 30         Naumkeag at Night, Pop-Up Exhibition & Studio Tour, 5-8pm


Naumkeag is a Trustees of Reservations property located at 5 Prospect Hill Rd, Stockbridge, MA 01262.  The historic house and gardens are open to the public daily from 10am to 5pm (admission fee).

Instar Lodge lex-i-con

Date : May 2, 2018

Thanks for a thoughtful studio visit Instar Lodge.  Thrilled to be interviewed for your lex-i-con.

Hop on over to the lex-i-con to read.


spring ephemeral walks at Bartholomew’s Cobble

Date : April 16, 2018

“There were several pleasure parties of which I was a member, and in our rambles we found many and many beautiful children of Spring, which I will mention and see if you have found them–trailing arbutus, adder’s tongue, yellow violets, liver leaf, bloodroot and many other small flowers.” [Emily Dickinson 1848 letter to a friend]

2018 marks my third year of giving Spring Wildflower (ephemeral) walks at Bartholomew’s Cobble, a National Natural Landmark and a Trustees of Reservations property. The Wildflower Festival runs from April 21 until May 13th with tours every Saturday and Sunday at 10am, 12pm, 2pm, & 3pm.

Please join me for my walks on Saturday April 21 at 12pm, Sunday April 22 at 10am or Sunday May 13 at 3pm.

Rambling on the Ledges Trail in search of blooming of wildflowers is one of my favorite spring traditions.  Let me know if you want to meet at Bartholomew’s Cobble for a walk.

Bartholomew’s Cobble, 105 Weatogue Road, Sheffield MA 01257


The “What’s In Bloom’ board at Bartholomew’s Cobble, May 2017

2 april shows

Date : April 3, 2018

So pleased to participate in two group shows in April.


True North curated by Julie Torres at LABspace opening Saturday April 7th from 4-7pm. Come and see the 200 works by 200 artists papering  the walls!

Gallery hours Saturdays from 1pm-5pm. LABspace, 2642 NY Rt 23, Hillsdale NY, 12529.

pink lace #10, mono print with tea, morning glory, thread & lace, 2016, 7″ x 4″



AMONG FRIENDS on April 28 & 29 from 1-6pm during Dumbo Open Studios. Organized by Beth Dary, Patricia Fabricant and Alexandra Putsch Brock with over 100 participating artists zipped together in one long art work. And each work is priced at $250 with a portion of all sales going to Planned Parenthood.

Studio 257, 55 Washington Street, Brooklyn NY


grated/grateful, mono print with tea, morning glory, thread & lace, 2018, 9″ x 7″

collaboration with gamine workwear

Date : March 19, 2018

seasonal dyed bandana

Thrilled to partner with Gamine Workwear on a year-long seasonal dye project, translating the fingerprint of our East Coast seasons via the bundle dyeing technique to create one of a kind handkerchiefs.

The first winter series explored the melancholy and quiet poetry of the season via barberry dye, saved birch & maple leaves, morning glories, metal bits (washers, colonial nails, and brass rings) all sourced on from our land and farm.


A recent article about Gamine found in South Shore Living.

Direct Link to Seasonal Dye Handkerchief.01

natural causes

Date : March 8, 2018

Please join us for the opening reception of Natural Causes on Friday March 16th from 5-8pm at 107 Bowers Gallery.

winterfield #4: rudbeckia, 2017 silk cotton/thread on linen, 16” x 15 ½”


Curated by Meridith McNeal featuring Rush Arts Teaching Artists: Flavia Berindoague, Una Chaudhuri, Richard Estrin, Valerie Hegarty, Brece Honeycutt, Oliver Kelhammer, Jan Mun, Florence Neal & Marina Zurkow.

March 16 — April 30, 2018

107 Bowers Gallery & Art Space, 107 Bowers Street, Jersey City, NJ

Tues/11am-3pm; Wed/11am-2pm; Fri/11am-6pm; Sat/10am-4pm; Sun/11am-4pm

Rush Arts is dedicated to providing underserved youth with contemporary art education, and developing and supporting artists, curators and new audiences.

10 Artists / 10 Pieces at The Hotchkiss School

Date : January 1, 2018

10 Artists / 10 Pieces, An exhibition of works created in response to objects chosen from The Hotchkiss School Special Collections organized by Curator of Special Collections Joan Baldwin

January 10 – March 18, 2018

Reception January 12 from 4:00-5:00pm in the Rotunda exhibition space, Main Building on The Hotchkiss School campus, Lakeville, CT.  The Rotunda is open 7 days a week, 8am-4pm.

Participants include:  Brad Faus, Brece Honeycutt, T.Klacsmann, Greg Lock, Collen MacMillan, Danielle Mailer, Roger McKee, Terri L. Moore, Charles D. Noyes and Juliet Silveria

billows in response to 1813 The Village Harmony

2 on 3

Date : January 24, 2018

2 on 3 — 2 openings on February 3rd.

Threads: Textile Collaborations work from the Guild Residency at Drop Forge & Tool on view until Sunday February 25 with a closing  reception that day from 3-5pm.  442 Warren Street, Hudson NY.

Gallery open:  Saturday Feb 17, 1-5pm;  Sunday Feb 18, 3-5pm;  Friday Feb 23, 12-5pm;  &  Sunday Feb 25, 12-5pm.

Toni Brogan, Katharine Daugherty, Brece Honeycutt, Jamie Israelow,  Caitlin Parker, Cal PatchKatrina Rodabaugh


Matereality curated by Sue & Phil Knoll at Geoffrey Young Gallery. Opening reception from 5-7pm.  40 Railroad Street, Great Barrington MA.  February 3 -26.  Gallery open Friday – Sunday, 11-5.



b(RE)ce garments at Gallery 51

Date : November 27, 2017

Opening reception Thursday November 30, 5-7pm

November 30 – December 29, 2017

Monday – Saturday 10am-6:00pm, Sunday 12-4

Gallery 51, 51 Main Street, North Adams, MA

Brece Honeycutt’s series, b(RE)ce, is made from selected repurposed garments (shirts, sweaters, blazers, trousers & dresses) dyed naturally from plants gathered from the land around her studio in Western Massachusetts. On summer mornings, she collects morning glories, rose leaves and coreopsis, for example, and in the fall she harvests fallen leaves and barberry, and dries goldenrod and zinnias for winter use in her dyeing. The colors and patterns imprinted on her garments were once found on the forest floor or on the stalks of plants. Each b(RE)ce garment is a unique, naturally dyed work.

studio visit with photographer Monika Sosnowski

Date : November 5, 2017

The photographer Monika Sosnowski came to my studio a few weeks ago documenting the interior and the exterior.  Please find an excerpt from her blog post below and find the complete post with images on her website, monikaphoto.

“Recently I visited the studio of Brece Honeycutt, a visual artist whose work draws inspiration from nature and history.  As an undergraduate at Skidmore College, Brece majored in art history and eventually pursued a graduate degree at Columbia University in studio art focusing on sculpture. Since then her artistic output has evolved beyond one medium and now encompases painting, drawing, book making and a unique vintage-couture line.  Often combining elements from a range of genres, Brece’s work results in delicately elaborate installations. Entering her studio bespeaks of experiencing such installations.”

Thrilled to be in the group exhibition, Everyday Perfection at the Albany International Airport Gallery on view until September 2, 2019.  

Gallery open daily 7am until 11pm.  


detail of ‘spooled’ installation

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