We have a number of limited edition signed Angela Smyth prints at the Enid Hutt Gallery which reflect the joy, imagination and fun of this artist's creative voice. Offering quirky and distinct artistic interpretations of everyday life, Angela Smyth's art is full of warmth and humour. Art has many different functions in life. One of the blessings of art is that it can lift the viewer's mood, tapping into a sense of excitement and play which might become dormant in our working lives. Angela Smyth's art is that special thing which, like a best friend, can't help but make you crack a smile and feel good deal better about the world.
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Angela Smyth's style is highly distinct, as is the case with so many brilliant self-taught artists. Being dyslexic, Angela always found words a complicated business, and this made her love for the visual language all the more rewarding. Based in West Yorkshire, Angela works from a studio near to her house. As well as having a passion for art, she has a love for animals and for people watching. Her art often brings with it a message on the value of engaging with the place in which we live, and this no doubt comes from her own joy in doing just that.
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These wonderful signed limited edition Angela Smyth prints would be a lovely gift for someone special, given that these artworks often contain positive, uplifting messages. Angela Smyth often combines stylised figures and text to encapsulate a spiriting or inspirational idea. With that said, these textual elements, combined with their figurative counterparts, also often contain humour, whether whimsical, satirical, ironic, surreal or irreverent.
Warming Joyful Art
All through her range of artwork, however, runs a warmth and a depth of humanity. You can really tell something not just about the artist behind the paintings, but also the person. This art is not just about technical mastery, or experimental styles, but it is also about the lover and deep observer of life from which the paintings proceed. Plus, although seemingly simple, this is often deceptive, as Angela Smyth has said that in all her works, especially cityscapes, she likes to add little hidden dimensions which express something personal about her in a coded and playful way.