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  2. studio mess. works in progress.

    see more in progress pics on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/samanthakeelysmith

    http://www.samanthakeelysmith.com

     
  3. it’s all about the layers (detail from a work in progress and the bottom of my painting table)

    I post most of these studio progress shots on my Instagram:
    http://www.instagram.com/samanthakeelysmith

    http: //www.samanthakeelysmith.com

     
  4. it’s all about the layers (detail from a work in progress)

    I post most of these studio progress shots on my Instagram:
    http://www.instagram.com/samanthakeelysmith

    http: //www.samanthakeelysmith.com

     
  5. it’s all about the layers (detail from a work in progress)

    I post most of these studio progress shots on my Instagram:
    http://www.instagram.com/samanthakeelysmith

    http: //www.samanthakeelysmith.com

     
  6. it’s all about the layers (detail from a work in progress)

    I post most of these studio progress shots on my Instagram:
    http://www.instagram.com/samanthakeelysmith

    http: //www.samanthakeelysmith.com

     
  7. detail from a work in progress (1 of 5 paintings in the works this Summer)

     
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  9. WAYWARD, 42” x 50”, oil and varnish on canvas, 2014, Samantha Keely Smith.

    + detail images

    http://samanthakeelysmith.com/

    http://instagram.com/samanthakeelysmith

    http://facebook.com/SamanthaKeelySmithPainter

    http://twitter.com/SamanthaKeelyS

     
  10. my painting YIELD is part of this Group Exhibition in Connecticut, up until September 6th:

    Waterways III
    Heather Gaudio Fine Art
    21 South Avenue
    New Canaan, CT
    http://heathergaudiofineart.com/

    http://samanthakeelysmith.com/samantha-keely-smith-paintings/yield.php#.U67Vv6iT7-Q

     
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  13. cellphone pic of a work in progress (detail) btw this painting is trying to defeat me.

     
  14. cross-connect:

    Artist Samantha Keely Smith paints breathtaking abstract landscapes that resemble the swirling waters of the ocean. Using oil paint, enamel, and shellac, Smith builds up multiple translucent layers of color, alternating between soft brushstrokes and large, sweeping gestures to evoke crashing waves, surging tides, and stormy floods.

    Via 

    // Selected by Sunil

     
  15. detail from a work in progress (cellphone pic)