Vibration 21 (Kami sees jazz)

56.00"W x 26.00"H x 2.0"D

$500 (Shipping Included)

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Medium: Collage

Subject Tags: carey glenn smith, stretched canvas, abstract expressionism, organic abstraction, abstract

Media: acrylic, collage, mixed media, expressionism, colorist on canvas

Size: 56"W x 26"H x 2"D

Year Created: 2018

Created in a format using less conventional measurements that I had not used in my studio for quite some time, this piece came quickly and with furious resolve. It was a complete breath of fresh air and inspired many collages and works on paper shortly after its completion. The actual surface of the painting uses several types and pieces of canvas that were combined using various methods and treated with varnished, scraped, and sanded mixed media compounds in order to create an interesting surface from which to build the space and imagery. This piece also marked a return to a combination of three-dimensional, mixed media forms that created a wonderful combination of linear and organic elements that are almost lyrical in their relationship within the abstracted "setting."

Thank you for visiting my portfolio. My formal training in the arts includes earning a Master's in Art Education from Lander University and a BFA in Studio Art along with a minor in Philosophy from the College of Charleston in South Carolina. I regularly exhibits paintings and prints throughout the New England and Southeastern regions in addition to composing and publishing original musical compositions. My passions also include writing and poetry as well. My initial collection of poems, Nouveau Memento Mori, was self-published. The second volume, Tithing All the Candor, was released by Wintergoose Publishing. Recent publications that have featured my writing and paintings include Penny Ante Feud, Nefarious Ballerina, Black Heart Magazine, and Fine Lines Publications. I am formally an Adjunct Professor of Art History at Piedmont Technical College. Now residing in Boston, MA, I am producing artwork, pursuing independent writing, and teaching at Medford High School.

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