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CLARICE SMITH 1933-2021

Washington Post Obituary

Washington Post PDF version

 

NEW EXHIBITION 2021 – AMERICAN CONTEMPORIES – GERALD PETERS GALLERY

Several of Clarice Smith’s paintings are included.

See details here

 

HBO MINI SERIES 2020

Clarice Smith’s paintings picked for set

The new HBO mini-series “The Undoing” stars Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant. Four of Clarice Smith’s paintings were picked for the set and are featured in Nicole Kidman’s New York City apartment.  The paintings can be viewed here.

 

NEW EXHIBITION – THE WINTER SHOW

Winter Armory Show,  Park Avenue Armory, January 24 to February 2, 2020.

Website: www.thewintershow.org

Clarice Smith will be featuring  her work produced in collaboration with metal sculptor Albert Paley, entitled Triptych. It is a large piece and she painted the three panels, front and back, that fit into the metal structure created by Albert Paley.

The Gerald Peters Gallery is putting Triptych on exhibit at their booth.

 

LATEST STAINED GLASS WORK

A penchant for experimentation led Clarice Smith to expand from painting into the arena of leaded glass, inspired in part by the works of the women designers at Tiffany Studios. Through color, composition, and subject, her Herons in Flight (2018) evokes the possibility of freedom in collective uplift. Made in collaboration with Venturella Studio  of New York City, the transom window is installed on the fourth floor of the New-York Historical Society near its Center for Women’s History.

Herons in Flight (2018)

Clarice Smith working on Herons in Flight

The transom window installed.


EXHIBITION:
WINTER ESCAPE
Gerald Peters Gallery, New York City
Feb 18 – Mar 22, 2019

New Work: White Cascade, 2019, oil on canvas, 24 x 36 inches

Visit Clarice Smith’s exhibition gallery page here


Review of Clarice Smith’s  Kreeger Museum exhibition in the “Weekend Section” of The Washington Post.

New work: Last of Summer, 38” H X 48 W, Oil on Canvas


Clarice Smith has expanded her area of work to stained glass. She worked with Thomas Venturella and Jim Murphy at Venturella Studio to create the stained glass piece that is located in an oculus inside the Grand Hall of the New-York Historical Society. The stained glass piece was unveiled on September 13, 2016.


New exhibition: Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC (Oct. 7, 2016 to Dec. 30, 2016). Clarice Smith will be featuring a new work produced in collaboration with metal sculptor Albert Paley, entitled Triptych. It is a large piece and she painted the three panels, front and back, that fit into the metal structure created by Albert Paley.


New work: Exuberance and is 38” X 48” – Oil on Canvas