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Lines and Colors Blog by Charley Parker, Fall 2013

Popular art blogger Charley Parker covered my works and practice in a post. It was lovely to be included, thank you Charley. Read the full article on his blog, Lines and Colors. Her commend of value, color and texture give her still life compositions a wonderful sense of harmony and unity, within which she conjures […]

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American Arts Quarterly, Summer 2008

Andrea J. Smith An exhibition of recent paintings by Andrea J. Smith, at Forum Gallery in New York City, was a highlight of the increasingly lively summer art scene. Smith spent time at the Florence Academy, a bastion of the new realist movement, where she became, in her words, “obsessed with good draftsmanship.” When she […]

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Fine Art Connoisseur, May/June 2008

Artists Making Their Mark: Three to Watch There is a lot of superb art being made these days; this column shines light on a trio of talents. ANDREA J. SMITH (b.1965) is a veritable citizen of the world who landed happily in New York City in 2001. Originally from the state of Victoria in southeastern […]

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The New York Sun, Weekend Edition, October 14-16 2005

From Homer to the Present It happens that your correspondent once had the privilege of making the acquaintance of Harvard classics professor John Finley, who has been said to have a personal acquaintance with Homer himself. So it was with no small amount of interest that the Knickerbocker stopped by the opening of the Dahesh […]

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Sunraysia Daily, 2005

An Exhibition Like No Other The Archibald Prize captures the attention of the Australian public like no other exhibition, much to the frustration of curators across the country who vie for media attention and regard for all manner of projects. So why is it that every year a portrait prize competition causes such an outbreak […]

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Sunraysia Daily, March, 2004

Local cook Stefano de Pieri is already a well-known face – now it is hanging in Sydney A portrait of Stefano painted by former Mildura resident Andrea Smith is currently at the National Trust S.H. Ervin Gallery, on Observatory Hill at the Rocks, Sydney. “Esse Quam Videri” (To Live How You Are) is the title […]

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American Arts Quarterly, Spring 2004

The Harlem Studio of Art The Harlem Studio of Art is located in an almost forgotten section of Manhattan, tucked between Jefferson Park, which runs two blocks along the East River Drive, and the Triborough Bridge complex of warehouses and small industrial sites. Until recently, this tiny Harlem neighborhood consisted of three- and four-story residential […]

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The New York Observer June 28 – July 5, 1999

Want a Steamy Treatise On the Insanity of Riches? The following is a postcript from the published article… People frequently ask me what-if anything – I like. My answer is simple. Anything that’s good. That strikes the discriminating sensibility with its originality, beauty or presence. There are two artists out here whose work I like […]

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