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Live with the art you love! Ford Smith Fine Art is liberating these rarely-seen, mostly vintage paintings from the archives and sharing them as affordable, open edition giclee prints. Stroll through a retrospective gallery of over 60 brilliant, rediscovered works spanning 20 years and enjoy the radiant serenity of a Ford Smith in your home now. Classic Prints are decorative, museum-quality giclees, unsigned and unembellished with no limit on production and in customizable sizes that arrive on your doorstep ready to exhibit! All of this makes them perfect for more limited art budgets, second homes, rental properties, corporate environments, offices, gifts, guest rooms, smaller spaces, larger spaces or just for YOU because you love that painting so much! Visit Ford Smith's official website for original paintings and hand embellished, signed and numbered limited editions:

About Ford Smith

Ford Smith As one of the world’s foremost contemporary artists, Atlanta painter Ford Smith creates his radiantly serene landscapes with a vivid imagination and skilled precision reflective of decades-long experience, classical training and eduction—and a curious mind that continuously challenges the genre.

With signature vibrancy and phantasmagorical interpretations of trees, water, sky and other natural elements, he has effectively reinvented the modern landscape with this distinctive style of Expressionist painting.

Ford Smith’s artistic journey is one of inspiration, having returned to painting at the age of 50, following 25 years as Atlanta’s top fashion and commercial photographer--proving it’s never too late to follow your passion or your dream. His art career began in 1972, when he graduated with a degree in Painting (BFA) from the University of Mississippi. Fresh out of college, he gravitated to a job in graphic design to support himself which lead to an illustrious photography career. “I knew I was meant to be a painter, but my photography career was all-consuming and it left me with no time to paint.â€