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Richard Lee Smith Jr.

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S.F, 1994 Acylic on Masonite 49"X48"
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June, 2010 Acylic on Plywood 36 X 48 X 2 Inches
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Baby toys, 2010 Acylic on Plywood 36 X 48 X 2 Inches
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Nano Steller, 2010 Acrylic on Plywood 36 X 48 X 2 Inches
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Dallas
Birth year
1975
Lives in
Los Angeles
Schools
San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI)
Tags
research, traditional modern pop, realism, landscape, modern, traditional, abstract, graffiti/street-art
Statement

Richard lee Smith Jr. is a painter of gaudily-colored, Mark-expressionist shapes with an undercurrent of spiritual commentary and personal growth. He was born in 1975 in Dallas, Texas. He studied at the San Francisco Art Institute, in California, receiving his BFA degree in 1997. Smith then moved back to Texas, and was diagnosed with cancer. Overcoming his battle. He later moved to Los Angeles to find a new healthy lifestyle in late 2002. He has had one-man exhibitions in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Dallas.