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  • "Redolution", 2017. Acrylic on canvas by Terry Smith Studios.
    $69

    Redolution

    Acrylic on canvas board, 12 x 9 x .10 in
    $69
    $69
  • Black Forest, 2017, acrylic on canvas by Terry Smith Studios
    $285

    Black Forest

    Acrylic on canvas, 20 x 10 x 0.75 in
    $285
    $285
  • Arkansas Telescope, 2017. Acrylic on canvas by artist Terry Smith.

    Arkansas Telescope

    At night in the flat Delta farmland of Northeast Arkansas the stars are incredibly bright. My parents and I would be driving on a Friday evening to my grandparent's house for the weekend and my mom and I would pick-out constellations from the car window. Cool, autumn nights were a wonderful time to go out at night with binoculars and look up at the stars. I remember taking a line ruled notebook that I was trying to use as a journal. I wanted to fill it up with something, but I didn't know what to write about. At the time I think I wanted to be poetic, or to at least record some type of memory, but as a child no words came out. I didn't realize until later in life that I should have created a visual art response. I needed an art journal instead of a writing journal. "Arkansas Telescope" is inspired from those childhood memories of the colorful celestial sky that I observed from my grandfather's farm in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas. The particular scene that it depicts is an imagined one. My grandfather didn't have a grain silo, but there were others nearby. The frame for this painting was created by me using barn wood from my grandfather's barn which I collected and saved after it had collapsed. -- Terry Smith, 21 June 2017
    Acrylic on canvas, 26.75 x 26.5 x 1 in
  • Wind Tones, 2016, acrylic on canvas by Terry Smith Studios
    $325

    Wind Tones

    Acrylic on canvas, 16 x 16 x 0.75 in
    $325
    $325
  • Flores de Sol, 2016, acrylic on canvas by Terry Smith Studios
    $450

    Flores de Sol

    This painting undulates with vibrant gold. This painting is part of my unique work as an artist in which I am using pressurized air to move ink and paint already applied to the canvas. The air becomes my brush. However, a lot more went into this painting than the golden abstract elements. Look closer and you will find incredible depth and detail.
    Acrylic on canvas, 20.125 x 22.125 x 0.75 in
    $450
    $450
  • Color Colonization is an contemporary abstract painting by artist Terry Smith. Acrylic on canvas, 2016, 40" x 60" x 1.5".
    $1,685

    Color Colonization

    Color Colonization is one in a series of works in which I'm using an air blower and air compressor to move and blend paint on the canvas instead of a brush. There are plenty of drips and splatters thrown in as well, but the primary technique of using an air blower (not to be confused with an air brush or spray gun) gives me a level of control, or influence, of the paint but comes with a lot of unpredictability which I like. The colors move and blend together in lively and fascinating ways. I like to get up close with a painting and see an incredible amount of detail. Watch the accompanying video to see the intricate and ever-changing detail in Color Colonization as your eye moves across the canvas. Color Colonization came to me in the middle of the night in late 2015. I got up to sketch the painting in my art journal along with the detailed steps and layers of colors that I would later use to create it.
    Acrylic on canvas, 40 x 60 x 1.5 in
    $1,685
    $1,685
  • On Target, acrylic on canvas, by Terry Smith
    $1,095

    On Target

    Every inch of On Target is rich with texture and detail. It measures 36" x 40" x 1.5". It’s acrylic on canvas that has been hand-stretched by the artist and gallery-wrapped onto thick stretcher bars after the painting was finished. In other words, the painting seamlessly wraps around the edges. It doesn’t require framing, but it could be float-mounted in a wood frame if desired. See the accompanying video further below to see it up close!
    Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 40 x 1.5 in
    $1,095
    $1,095
  • A police motorcycle escorts a mass bicycle ride in San Francisco at night along Embarcadero.
    $125$1,495

    Bike Ride, San Francisco

    A police motorcycle escorts a mass bicycle ride in San Francisco at night along Embarcadero.
    Limited Edition archival pigment print
    $125$1,495
    $125$1,495
  • Stairway to Pigeon Heaven, San Francisco, 2013
    $125$1,495

    Stairway to Pigeon Heaven, San Francisco

    Limited Edition archival pigment print
    $125$1,495
    $125$1,495
  • Notes of Gold contemporary art music painting
    $995

    Notes of Gold

    Eye-grabbing and perfect for any music lover, Notes of Gold measures 36" x 36" x 1.5". It's acrylic on canvas with a secret recipe of ash, chalk, graphite, and oil pastel thrown in. I stretched the canvas myself and gallery-wrapped it onto thick stretcher bars. The edges are painted, so it doesn't require framing.  I worked a very long time on this one. Then I let it set 2 or 3 months, mulled it over, and decided to work it over some more. The result is a painting with great depth and detail. This painting is part of my music notes series.
    Acrylic on canvas, 1.5 x 36 x 36 in
    $995
    $995
  • Red Note on a Sea of Blues painting by Terry Smith

    Red Note on a Sea of Blues

    Red Notes on a Sea of Blues is part of an ongoing body of work based on music notes. This series started several years ago when I began creating illustrations with music notes, and now I'm producing a series of paintings on the theme. This is an 10" x 8" acrylic painting on canvas panel mounted on wooden board and framed in a hand-made, solid oak, shadow-box frame with UV-protecting Plexiglas. The frame was built by me and my dad many years before. The canvas panel is raised off of the wooden backing board to give it a floating effect. The framed work is 13" x 17" x 2.5". I have been experimenting with using builder's chalk lines on my canvases. I'm the son of a carpenter, and I don't know of any other artist using chalk lines in this way so it seemed like something fun to experiment with. In this painting the red horizontal lines were formed by snapping a red chalk line across the wet surface of the painting which had been coated in either a spray glue or acrylic medium. The red and gold note vibrates off the abstract blue background. -- Terry Smith, 28 Feb 2016 Update: Sold to a collector.
    Acrylic on canvas board, 13 x 17 x 2.5 in
  • Fayetteville by Terry Smith, 2015. Oil on canvas painting.
    $1,685

    Fayetteville

    Add a permanent fall feeling to your home with Fayetteville, a landscape with abstract tendencies. Fayetteville was inspired by the spectacular fall colors of the Ozark Mountains and named after Fayetteville, Arkansas. It's part of my lifelong body of work of artwork about the state. Almost all of the work on this painting was done using palette knifes and slowly worked over many months as I allowed the oil paint to mostly dry between each layer. For the tree's foliage I built up thick layers of impasto. I also cut layers of paint to allow underlying layers to show through. Highlights were created with several coats of glazing. The tree shimmers with beautiful reds, oranges, and yellows. I think of it as representational with abstract tendencies. The heavy canvas is hand-stretched over thick 1.5" stretcher bars, and the gallery-wrapped edges are painted so no framing is required. As always, I offer custom framing if requested.
    Oil on canvas, 40 x 40 x 1.5 in
    $1,685
    $1,685
  • The Last Note painting by Terry Smith, 2015

    The Last Note

    The Last Note is part of a body of work that I'm creating based on music notes. This series started several years ago when I began creating illustrations with music notes, and now I'm producing a series of paintings on the theme. This is an 8" x 10" acrylic painting on canvas panel mounted on wooden board and framed in a hand-made, solid oak, shadow-box frame with UV-protecting Plexiglas. The frame was built by me and my dad many years before. The canvas panel is raised off of the wooden backing board to give it a floating effect. The framed work is 13" x 17" x 2.5". I have been experimenting with using builder's chalk lines on my canvases. I'm the son of a carpenter, and I don't know of any other artist using chalk lines in this way so it seemed like something fun to experiment with. In this painting the red horizontal line was formed by snapping a red chalk line across the wet surface of the painting which had been coated in either a spray glue or acrylic medium. The red note is very textured and vibrates off the abstract blue background. -- Terry Smith, 15 Dec 2015 Update: Sold to a collector.
    Acrylic on canvas board, 13 x 17 x 2.5 in
  • Powell-Hyde Line, San Francisco. 2015. Photograph by Terry Smith.
    $125$1,495

    Powell-Hyde Line, San Francisco

    San Francisco’s cable cars are the last manually-operated trolleys in existence. Of the three cable carlines the Powell-Hyde line begins at Market Street and ends near Ghiradelli Square. After it tops the hill at Hyde and Lombard riders get an incredible view of San Francisco Bay and Alcatraz Island. Having enjoyed photographing in and around the trolleys on many occasions, on this particular ride I positioned myself in the very back of the car to shoot the city itself as we rattled past and also to photograph the trolley within its environment. In this shot I focused on the bay in the distance while shooting through the rear window of the cable car. My reflection in the window darkens the center of the frame while Victorian facades frame the top left and right corners. On the left-hand side a reflection of the steel tracks runs through a rider’s mind as he reflects on the City by the Bay.
    Limited Edition archival pigment print
    $125$1,495
    $125$1,495
  • Arkansas Farm painting by Terry Smith, 2015

    Arkansas Farm

    Arkansas Farm depicts what used to be grandparent’s farm outside of Walnut Ridge, Arkansas. This painting is a 2’ by 3’ acrylic painting on a raised, wooden panel. This is only the second painting that I have done on a wooden panel, and my first landscape on wood. Arkansas Farm is a continuation of a large body of work of paintings and photography about the farm. Watch the video for more about that. From the beginning I wanted to utilize the hard surface in ways that I have not been able to do with canvas, so after the first coats of gesso I only used palette knifes and wire brushes to paint with. I also used marble dust for texture and chalk and oil pastels for highlights. I wanted to paint the land itself, not the crops. The uniform greens and yellows of the crops give way after harvest to every shade of beige and the texture of the land itself. This dirt road had its own character as well. Parts of it would never change and others area would shift as the tractors came in and out of the fields. My grandfather could remember when all of this land had been covered with trees. Long before it was farmland Native Americans hunted here. My grandfather picked up hundreds of arrowheads over the years. The trees in the background of this painting line the Cache River, and this area was probably a hunting ground for them, but I have also heard a story that a battle had been fought here.
    Acrylic on wooden panel, 24 x 36 x 1.5 in
  • Born in the U.S.A. painting by Terry Smith, 2015
    $1,395

    Born in the U.S.A.

    Acrylic on canvas, 32 x 60 x 1.5 in
    $1,395
    $1,395
  • Print of Arkansas Farm by Terry Smith
    $65$295

    Arkansas Farm – art print

    This is an open edition print of the original acrylic artwork, Arkansas Farm, painted by artist and native Arkansan Terry Smith in 2015.
    Open Edition archival pigment print
    $65$295
    $65$295
  • San Francisco painting titled Somebody Stopped the Sun Just So by Terry Smith, 2015
    $1,095

    Somebody Stopped the Sun Just So

    Inspired by many trips to San Francisco, this mixed-media piece is a combination of acrylic panting and my own photographs. The background painting features a heart referencing the "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" song and theme as well as the many heart sculptures that have been placed around the city. Two white lines lines form a sailboat mast. A photographic image, in archival pigment ink, of the Transamerica Pyramid building was transferred to create the sail of the mast. A yellow cable car, blurred and in motion, is sailing down the hill. To the left, of course, is the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. At the bottom, forming the "hull of the vessel", is a silhouetted panoramic of the San Francisco skyline within which once again the Transamerica Pyramid is featured and aligns centered on the mast. This painting was completed by the artist on a flat piece of canvas before being stretched on 1.5" thick stretcher bars. The edges are painted, so it does not require framing unless desired.
    Acrylic and image transfer on canvas, 36 x 40 x 1.5 in
    $1,095
    $1,095
  • Tricolour I painting of Paris by Terry Smith
    $730

    Tricolour I

    Acrylic on wooden panel, 24 x 36 x 0.75 in
    $730
    $730
  • Le Marais, October, In the Rain, an abstract fine-art painting by Terry Smith, 2015.
    $350

    Le Marais, October, In the Rain

    Dramatic layers of color give this painting a calm and soulful presence. I titled the painting "Le Marais, October, In the Rain" because it reminds me of cool October rainy walks in Paris. This painting was completed before it was wrapped on the stretcher bars, so it seamlessly flows over to all four sides of it's gallery-wrapped edges. It ships wired and ready to hang.
    Acrylic on canvas, 20 x 22 x .875 in
    $350
    $350
  • Tricolour II
    $730

    Tricolour II

    Originally a train station, the museum building for the Musée d'Orsay is one of the most iconic landmarks in Paris with its two large clocks facing the river Seine. From inside the museum the view through one of those clocks to Sacré-Coeur on the summit of Montmartre is equally as iconic. I've visited Paris many times, and the idea occurred to me of painting the blue, white, and red stripes of the French flag, the French Tricolour, overlayed with the Orsay clock with its view of the Sacré-Coeur. This painting, Triclour II, is the second rendition I've done of this theme and different (though not better or worse) in color and approach than the first. I first primed and painted the Tricolour onto a wooden panel through several painting sessions. I also painted in darker areas for depth and added highlights. I printed one of my own photographs of Sacré-Coeur on an image transfer film with archival pigment ink and transferred it onto the wooden panel. I repeated that process with my photograph of the large iron clock hands. With both of these image transfers I sanded the pigment on the transfer film beforehand to allow some areas of the underlying painting to come through more than others. The 1.5 inch edges of the wooden panel are also painted, so this piece is ready-to-hang without additional framing. I think it's bright, attention-grabbing and very representative of the Paris that I know and love. This painting is part of my ongoing body of work of Paris paintings and photography.
    Acrylic on wooden panel, 24 x 36 x 1.5 in
    $730
    $730
  • Rue de Poitou image transfer on canvas
    $375

    Rue de Poitou

    Acrylic and image transfer on canvas, 20 x 16 x 1.5 in
    $375
    $375
  • Snowy Arkansas Farm. A fast-moving winter snowstorm covers an old, rusty pickup truck with a barn in the distance.
    $125$495

    Snowy Arkansas Farm

    This Arkansas winter snow scene was photographed just outside of Walnut Ridge, Arkansas. I was in town visiting my grandmother at the time. The winter storm came in fast, so I grabbed by gear and left quickly knowing that it would be a great opportunity for magical images. You can see how hard the wind was blowing by how the snow is stuck on the sides of the trees.

    Limited Edition archival pigment print
    $125$495
    $125$495
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    Dripping Heart archival pigment print by artist Terry Smith
    $45$125

    Dripping Heart

    Love poured out on canvas. Splattered but not shattered. Red, pink, and white unite. A Dripping Heart is a lover’s delight. "Dripping Heart" is a vibrant and moving archival pigment print of the original acrylic painting by artist Terry Smith. The image size is 8x10" which is matted to 11x14". The standard frame size is easy for you to frame, or you can optionally order it framed.
    Open Edition archival pigment print
    $45$125
    $45$125