Artist Spotlight : Amy Smith, “Art By Colorscape” || Current & Upcoming Exhibitions

Playing coy sm Westfield Culver City taps into LA’s flourishing art world launching their Pop-Up Art program. Amy Smith, a Mixed Media Contemporary Artist, kicks off the newly developed arts initiative with her series “Art By ColorScape.” Smith blends thought provoking phrases with vibrant colors using a variety of technique and mediums including collage, acrylic paint and detailed stencils. Smith will be displaying seven original paintings on a “25 x 8” wall next to the Dining Terrace where guests grab a quick bite during their shopping visit. Smith’s contemporary pop style invites consumers to explore other avenues in commerce by supporting local artists. "Westfield Culver City’s Pop-Up Art programming will host emerging and mid – career artist living and working in Los Angeles granting exposure to a larger audience while educating Los Angeles’ Westside on the local art market. We are proud to showcase Amy’s art and believe she is the perfect artist to kick off the Pop-Up Art Program at Westfield Culver City. The vibrant colors and technique is a great representation Los Angeles’ Westside here in our Center", said Don Ziss, Westfield Culver City General Manager.
    make noise 4x6 Amy Smith has exhibited her work at Artspace Warehouse, The Hive Gallery, Wallspace La, Julien’s Auctions and The Gabba Gallery. Art By ColorScape is featured in a number of private collections, residences, films and television shows such as Showtime’s “Ray Donovan”, FX Networks “The League”, and NBC’s “The Event.”
      girl who waited sm Smith's series "Art By ColorScape" is featured in a number of private collections, residences, television shows and films. She is currently exhibiting at Wallspace La and is part of The Gabba Gallery’s upcoming group exhibit Cratediggers : The Lost Art of Album Cover Art opening Saturday August 20th 7pm -11pm. The exhibition, curated by Jason Ostro, celebrates one of the twentieth century’s most influential art forms, the record sleeve cover, and showcases the work of 85 local and international artists. Each artist has imagined a cover design for a real or fictional album. Just like classic record covers, every piece in the show is 12” x 12”. On view through September 10th. The Gabba Gallery is located 3126 Beverly Blvd 90057.
        cratedigger-1 In her downtime, Amy volunteers with an art mentor program dedicated to creating art opportunities for young artists to work and learn from working artists. Smith was recently interviewed by Art and Seeking, you can check out full interview here on YouTube:
          rules 4x6 Keep up with her latest work via Social Media and look for her upcoming interview with LAiCREATIVES.
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