Compassion for colors…

A Wonderful post by Karen on her blog (thewalkup.wordpress.com) about a vibrant artist, Roxa Smith!I simply loved it!Such a cozy little interior filled with colors!

The Walkup

Roxa Smith was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela (yummy Arepas). She came to the US in her teens and attended Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, earning a degree in Art History and German in 1984 with a minor in Visual Arts. In 1987, she received a Graduate Certificate in the Fine Arts from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She now lives in and works in New York City and is represented by George Billis Gallery NY and George Billis Gallery LA.. Roxa has exhibited nationally and internationally.  Her painting focus on mostly empty interiors, wherein the remnants of a family or place remain regardless of human portraits. She is currently an English as a Second Language (ESL) Instructor at Baruch College- Continuing and Professional Studies (CAPS). Her interests include cooking, biking, traveling, education, and India. To buy some of her works and prints directly online, go HERE.

Roxa Smith, Green Couch, 36”x45”…

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One thought on “Compassion for colors…

  1. I had an Arepas a couple weeks a go. One of my students made it and shared in a farewell party for the end of the of module. It was really delicious! 🙂

    Subhan Zein

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