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Melissa K. Smith’s New Gallery Show: Threshold of Transformation

Prolific artist and multi-disciplinarian Melissa K. Smith’s (Dean) acrylic painting “No Woman’s Land” (not shown) was chosen by jury selection for this year’s Arts & Consciousness Alumni Exhibition at John F. Kennedy University in Berkeley, California. The exhibition “Art as Liminal Space: Threshold of Transformation” runs from November 5th – December 13th. Melissa will attend the reception on Saturday, November 10th, 6 – 9 p.m Continue reading

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Melissa K. Smith – Artist, Dreamer, Adventurist

Inspired by her dreams, Melissa is found incorporating impossible, at times impractical imagery across mediums, especially acrylic ones pushed into bound sketchbooks, serving both the binding agent for the fiber and the canvas for ink, pencil, coffee or tea – depending on the place, as much as the spaces, from the everywhere. Continue reading

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