Limited Edition on Canvas
By Ford Smith
Item #: 14467864859A
48" x 24"
Ships in 10-14 Days
This hand-signed and numbered fine art giclee canvas was created using a sophisticated digital printer. A clear varnish has been artistically applied, the canvas is stretched and ready to hang and is produced in a limited edition of 100 prints.
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Ford Smith is a visionary artist whose works, reminiscent of an Asian aesthetic, use textures, shapes and color to infuse his work with subtlety and tranquility. Smith’s technique is as unique as his results: layering dripping, flowing acrylic paints which find their own expression, texturized with scattered granules of plaster. During the late 1970s and 80s, Smith, who learned to paint in Japan, was Atlanta’s most prominent fashion photographer. Compelled to return to painting, he traveled to seek inspiration, and gravitated to landscapes with exquisite horizons. Although he has a background in photography, Smith never paints from a photograph.
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