Geoffrey Todd Smith, Oily Doily, 2012, enamel, acrylic, gouache and ink on panel
In his third solo show with Western Exhibitions, GEOFFREY TODD SMITH returns with a group of vivid, intensely patterned abstract paintings in a show titled “Looker,” which references both the viewer’s participation and the attractiveness of each painting. The show opens on Friday, September 7 with a free public reception from 5 to 8pm.
Digestion - Foundation for Absorption
Kim and I were proud to receive an Award of Merit from the Association of Medical Illustrators this year in Toronto. This image is characteristic of our studio’s vision of creative visualization of medical or scientific content and sets the foundation for visual exploration of absorption in the small intestine.
Hold Both Handles (Rufous-sided Towhee), oil and acrylic on brown paper bag.
Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. Poster created for Arena Stage by Sterling Hundley.
One of my favorite illustrations!
Ophelia Study. Acrylic on paper, 7 x 11.75.
Love the work of Sam Weber.
Plates from De Humani Corporis Fabrica Libri Septem, which Vesalius completed at the age of twenty-eight. This book, published in 1543, revolutionized the sciences of anatomy and physiology.
Young Girl in Primary Colors, oil on cardboard, 10” x 7”
My oldest daughter Claire would only sit for about 20 minutes, just long enough for me to sketch her and snap a couple of poor reference photos.
Belted Kingfisher Diving, oil on paper bag