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Angie Arlene Smith

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Hoem, 2009 Acrylic On Canvas 24" X 24" X 2.5" © Angie Smith
Home_detail
Hoem (detail), 2009 Acrylic On Canvas 24" X 24" X 2.5" © Angie Smith
Landscape1
Untitled Landscape 1 , 2009 Acrylic On Canvas 36" X 60" X 2.5" © Angie Smith
Softbag
A Soft Bag of Instruments, 2009 Acrylic On Canvas 24" X 24" X 2.5" © Angie Smith
Liftingoft
Lifting of Future Things, 2008 Acrylic On Canvas 20" X 20" X 2.5" © Angie Smith
Bombandbirdcage
Bomb and Birdcage, 2006 Acrylic On Canvas 20" X 20" X 2.5" © Angie Smith
Lotus_asmith
pod, 2006 Acrylic On Canvas 20" X 20" X 2.5" © Angie Arlene Smith
Roots
Roots and Falls, 2005 Acrylic On Canvas 15" X 30" X 2.5" © Angie Smith
Canthave2killers_cd
You Can't Have Two Killers, 2005 Acrylic On Canvas 24" X 24" X 2.5"
Peacockgallery
Peacock, 2001 Acrylic On Canvas 36" X 36" © Angie Smith
Document_web
Document, 2010 Acrylic On Wood 36" X 24"
Birds
Block Print 12" X 6"
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Colony Collapse Disorder, November 2011 Performance Video Installation © Angie Smith 2011
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Performance Video Installation © Angie Arlene Smith 2012
Quick Facts
Lives in
Brooklyn
Works in
New York
Tags
Graphic, zen, asian, mixed-media, pop, installation, video-art, landscape, performance, surrealism, modern, sculpture, exhibition/performance
Statement

 

Angie Arlene Smith is a painter and multi-media artist who splits her time between Brooklyn, New York and Tampa, Florida. Playfully conjuring a mythologically charged landscape hiding a secret society of post-comic characters, Smith manifests what is left behind by the monstrous ghosts and alien fossils found during a nomadic trek through layers of past, present, and future. Moving freely between mediums and subjects, Smith’s work draws its common thread examining familiarity through disassociation. Her work has been shown internationally and has been featured in independent publications and on apparel, as well as in and out of galleries and alternative spaces throughout New York City. Smith is also a founding member of the video and performance artist collective, Air Hit Agency.