Bold lines and strong contrasts define Anne Smith’s prints. Smith’s works juxtapose organic images with geometric lines and patterns, creating a wonderful flow within their vivid compositions. Smith’s prints use line as texture, combining certain areas of depth with sections of solid colors and shapes.
The artist received her BFA in ceramics from Boston University and her MFA from Alfred University, Alfred, NY. Her focus shifted from ceramics to printmaking in the early 1990s and she has exhibited both her ceramic and printmaking work widely at such institutions as the Museum of Fine Art, Boston and the Museum of Arts & Design, New York, NY, among others. Smith’s work has been included in numerous exhibitions in the United States and abroad, including the Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA.