Amy Smith is a contemporary artist always evolving. Her artwork includes large scale murals, physical paintings, and digital art. She uses collage, illustration, drawing, acrylic paints, and spray paint, to create one-of-a-kind pieces that reflect both her passions and fury, juxtaposed through the lens of imagination. While some of her work is driven by political, social, and environmental injustice, most reflect her deeply-rooted optimism and belief in the power of the feminist spirit, unity and love.
Her figurative series deconstructs recycled magazines meant to regenerate a woman’s belief in herself rather than consumerism.
Creating art using recycled materials encourages the viewer to question sustainability, and raise awareness for our everyday choices that impact the planet. Moving into her abstract work, Smith uses color, texture, and movement to intuitively create pieces that evoke a feeling of freedom and curiosity.
Amy Smith’s work has been featured in exhibitions at The Ontario History & Art Museum, prestigious art exhibitions like the LA Art Show, and has been selected for various public art initiatives including LA County Arts celebrating the Centennial of the 19th Amendment among many others.
Her work is internationally collected, gallery represented and featured on many tv/film shows. Her focus is to connect humanity through her art by sharing messages of a hope and unity for a better future.