New year, new art, new releases & fresh perspectives
There's a lot going on ...after a lot that went on! So let's get started, shall we?
Happy New Year, by the way!
All the activity makes you wonder how Ford managed to get much painting done, right?
But don't worry, he did!
Meet “Late show”
And how about these incredible seascapes?
He interprets the ocean with vibrant, energized expression in a style unmistakably Ford Smith.
Ford's own homage to the iconic Japanese painting, “The Great Wave”, this remarkable seascape, rising from oceanic undulations, has an organic essence that seems to live and breathe.
This painting an interpretation of the sea as only Ford Smith could conjure. Ford's newest work is visual rush of energy and elegance in a strikingly beautiful palette so different from any other seascape you’ll see.
"Looking Back" by Ford Smith 36"x48" Original Painting
Surrealism is a cultural movement that started in 1917. Artists painted illogical scenes, creating unexpected elements and actions from everyday objects that required a suspension of reality and developed painting techniques that allowed the unconscious to express itself.
Rising star at work
These "In Concert" multimedia originals have been in high demand. So much so that Eddie has been working on large-scale commissions and there aren't many available right now.
But! Eddie is just about finished with "Lively Conversation In Concert" (40"x40") and it's the new star of this remarkable series. If you love it, should make your claim now.
He's developed a distinctive style all his own...
The "In Motion" Series by Eddie Freeland
Eddie began this series began with skiers and dancers. As an athlete himself, he wanted to interpret movement, both in nature, machines and human activity, as an artistic focus. The inspiration is endless. Here he combines it all with nature and sailing... the embodiment of the spirit he sought and these are the break-out pieces in mid-production. Stay tuned...!
Oh! Before we go, Ford has also created a couple of Bloomscape originals you can't miss...
“Happy To Be Here” by Ford Smith (30x24). This new Bloomscape is an extraordinary twist on the series with a defined surreal influence and an astonishing palette of glorious, lively color and rife with extravagantly ornate details.
If you're in the Atlanta area, you have a standing invitation to visit Ford's studio gallery by appointment.
Just call, text or email us! 678-908-1989 or email@example.com
Also! If you are in the Raleigh-Durham, NC area, meet Ford Smith at Ashley's Fine Art Gallery in Fuquay-Varina for his 7th annual show on April 4th and 5th.
We know! Come visit us soon. Call or text 678-908-1989 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for your appointment.