One of the 2016 Post-Graduate residents in Studio 12, Anne Smith has focused on the Potomac River as it flows beyond the building’s walls. She’s created a series of screen prints based on her observations and research and displayed them on the walls of her studio over the past three months. The result has become a full interpretation about this singular spot on the riverside.
Hear her speak about how the Potomac has inspired her work, her process, and what she’s learned over the course of her time at the Torpedo Factory.
About Anne Smith
Anne Smith is an artist and teacher based in Washington, D.C. Smith received her MFA from George Mason University, where she was honored with the 2015 School of Art Graduate Award for Academic and Artistic Excellence. She received a BA in Studio Art from Williams College, Williamstown, MA, in 2007. Smith has also studied woodworking at the Penland School of Crafts in Baskersville, NC. She is currently a teaching artist with the National Gallery of Art.