Fellowship at the American Antiquarian Society

Date : January 1, 2020

Thrilled to be awarded a William Randolph Hearst Foundation Fellowship for Creative and Performing Artists and Writers at the American Antiquarian Society. Whilst in residence, I will research their extensive collection of nature related works–commonplace books, herbariums, diaries, journals, books and periodicals. From this collection of facts and images, I propose to make a series of artist books that will demonstrate at their core a respect for the natural world in ages past, with a view to translating a contemporary understanding of the sacredness of our natural resources.

Dome in the Reading Room at the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, MA

Big Holiday Show at LABspace

Date : December 2, 2019

HOLIDAY at LABspace opening on Sunday December 8 from 3-5pm, a big show of small affordable work from 200+ artists of the LABspace community.

December 8, 2019 – January 26 2020. On view Saturdays & Sunday 1-5pm.

fern a collaborative work by Caitlin Parker & Brece Honeycutt

fern a collaborative work by Caitlin Parker & Brece Honeycutt


LABspace, 2642 NY Route 23, Hillsdale NY (below Crossroads Food Shop).

participating in the ‘Tiny Pricks’ project

Date : September 17, 2019

“I belive in clean air. I believe in crystal clear beautiful water.”


Tiny Pricks is an ongoing community project in which participants stitch quotes by Trump into antique textiles to create a material record of his presidency. Since Weymar started the collaborative project in January of 2018, over hundreds of people across the world have submitted unique, hand-stitched contributions. This exhibition marks the first time the work will be on display in Maine. As a call to action, Weymar and Speedwell Projects invite the public to participate by contributing to the Tiny Pricks public archive.”

“Tiny Pricks Projects holds a creative, accessible and cathartic space during a tumultuous political climate. The series counterbalances the impermanence of Twitter, other social media, and Trump’s statements by utilizing vintage textiles as a memory-making timeline. Weymar references the key role embroidery played in the women’s suffrage movement and notes it is symbolic of warmth, comfort, craft, civility, care, and a shared history.”


Speedwell Projects, 630 Forest Avenue, Portland ME. Gallery hours, Thursday – Saturday, 12pm – 6pm. On view until November 3rd, 2019.

Thanks to Grace DeGennaro for the image.

The Berkshire Eagle & WAMC report on Naumkeag artist residency

Date : August 25, 2019

Josh Landes, WAMC interview, “With Plants and Trees, Honeycutt Paints A Picture of Natural Life at Naumkeag.”

Aired on August 29, 2019.




Jennifer Huberdeau, “Honeycutt creates colors from Naumkeag Gardens,”The Berkshire Eagle. Published August 25, 2019.


Naumkeag Open Studio August 29th, 3pm-7pm

Date : August 25, 2019

Please join me in the historic Jamesway Barn at Naumkeag on Thursday August 29th from 3pm – 7pm for an open studio to explore the works done during my Summer 2019 artist residency.

Naumkeag, 5 Stockbridge Hill Road, Stockbridge, MA 01262

Summer artist-in-residence at Naumkeag

Date : June 11, 2019

Inside/Outside: Summer artist-in-residence

Naumkeag’s landscape architect Fletcher Steele wrote this about making gardens for his clients: “…he wanders into the house to see what kind of books she reads, what kind of furniture and bric-a-bric she gathers about her. He gets her talking about her travels and the places she likes best.”

Please join me on Thursdays in June and July, as well as August 1, 29 & September 5th, as I explore the house and gardens at the historic site, Naumkeag in Stockbridge, MA, linking the inside to the outside through objects and plants.  Each Thursday, I will lead a tour exploring a matched combination as well as continue to use gathered plant materials in the barn studio.


For information about Naumkeag visit The Trustees website


Everyday Perfection

Date : March 6, 2019

Thrilled to have my installation, spooled,  in the group exhibition Everyday Perfection at Albany International Airport Gallery

Historic artifacts from the collections of Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon and Shaker Heritage Society with works of contemporary art by Amie Cunat, Kate Hamilton, Elana Herzog, Marietta Hoferer, Brece Honeycutt, Laura Kaufman, Matt LaFleur and Melissa Thorne.

March 23 – September 2, 2019

Opening reception April 12 from 5:30 to 7:30

Hours 7am – 11pm daily.

Everyday Perfection reviewed

Date : April 18, 2019

Everyday Perfection reviewed by William Jaeger in the Times Union on April 18, 2019, “Pre-Modernist Elegance  Airport Exhibit uses Shaker design, creations as inspiration.”

“But this show reminds us of another side of art, and of the essentially devotional essence of a lot of art making.  When at work, artists become focused, absorbed, expressive, and maybe even religiously transcendent.”

Read the full reveiw full review on the Times Union website.


The Future is in the Making

Date : May 13, 2019

The Future is in the Making exhibition “reveals the processes of thought and ideation leading to the work highlighted in this year’s Graduating Student Exhibition. Works will include original sketches, notes, renderings, mockups, contact sheets, steps to a launch, a presentation, a prototype, a timeline, an opinion poll, or a description.”

Art and Design Gallery, Pomerantz Center at FIT, 227 West 27th Street, New York, NY

Opening reception May 14, 5pm-7pm

May 15 – 29, 2019 –  9am-9pm daily

“Over the course of the past academic year Honeycutt has been Art and Design’s roving resident artist, assisting the students in the Dye Garden, researching textiles and related artists in the library and searching the archive for inspiration all the while sketching and taking notes. Honeycutt has been drawing on FIT as inspiration and helping our garden grow.”

2 benefit exhibitions

Date : April 24, 2019

Pleased to participate in two upcoming exhibitions that help benefit art and education.

Among Friends

Organized by Alexandra Putsch Brock, Beth Dary and Patricia Fabricant. The show will consist of over 200 pieces, each worked on by a different artist, zipped together in one continuous, exuberant piece.

Individual works will be for sale for $250 each and with 10% going to the Lower East Side Girl’s Club.

View the show at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultura & Educational Center, 107 Suffolk Street, New York NY. Gallery hours: May 3-5, 8-12, 2019, from 12 to 7pm

Kentler Flat Files

Over 100 artists donate original drawings & works on paper in support of Kentler Flat Files for their annual Works on Paper Benefit, May 18 at 6pm.

Ticket information available at Kentler

Meet & Thank the Artists Reception, Saturday, May 4, 6-8pm

Exhibition on view: May 4 – 12, 2019  / Hours: Thurs. – Sun., 12 – 5pm

Kentler Flat Files, 353 Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn NY

spring wildflower tours

Date : April 12, 2019

2019 marks my fourth year of giving Spring Wildflower (ephemeral) walks at Bartholomew’s Cobble, a National Natural Landmark and a Trustees property.

The Wildflower Festival runs from April 20 until May 12th with tours every Saturday and Sunday at 2pm.

Please join me for my walks on Sunday April 21, Sunday May 5 or Saturday May 11 at 2pm.

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



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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