Image: Trumpet Mushrooms, 2023 colored pencil,12" x 12"/Angel Beth Smith
Atrium Gallery at One Capitol Hill
Meet the Artist
Thursday, Dec. 7, noon-1 p.m.
Free and open to the public
The latest exhibit, called The Natural, at the Atrium Gallery features nature-inspired weavings and drawings by Indigenous artist Angel Beth Smith.
“As an Indigenous artist there is within me a natural affinity to embrace that which comes from the earth as sacred," said Smith. "Because of this sacred affinity I often choose to work with media that complement the environment."
Official Bio (provided by artist)
Angel Beth Smith is the Creative Services Manager for the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation in the Public Affairs Department. She was born and raised in Providence and is a proud citizen of the Narragansett Tribe. From a young age, she was determined to become a professional artist and musician. Smith earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts, with a concentration in textile design, from RISD.
View the photo album from the Opening Reception for Angel Beth Smith's exhibit.