I am not what anyone would describe as an “artsy” person. I have no eye for what many people think is great art, but I do know when something makes an emotional connection with me. When I met my friend Beth Smith at a local fine arts society meeting where I was pitching a technology project, I found someone who shares a love for America and a fear of God.
Her artwork is in the “surrealist” category, but she very much has her feet on the ground. I immediately connected with her work.
Beth’s art is American-made, and crafted with care from her studio in Georgia. She’s been teaching, designing, and curating art for two decades, and I hope you’ll take a look at her portfolio at bsmithbrushworks.com.
You’ll find original oil paintings, giclees and prints. You might even find that last-minute Christmas gift.
The featured piece above “Constitution’s Last Stand” hangs in Sen. David Perdue’s office, and a print has also been sent to Trump Tower.
I hope you will take a moment to check out Beth’s work.
One disclosure: my business partners and fellow technology folks designed Beth’s website as part of a project we call FOYA (Focus On Your Art). Yes, that’s a shameless pitch, but the project is really a labor of love–we’re not making any money doing it, but we do get to showcase our favorite artists.