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Whitewall Magazine ( Fall 2021 ) The Inspiration Issue

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In this fall Issue, she has shown all-new paintings and works on paper at in Paris, from pencil drawings to large- and small-scale pieces. As of late, she’s investigated the depiction of laboring women, overwhelmingly in rural settings rather than urban, and how this tradition of imagery has impacted our current culture.
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    Emily Mae Smith’s paintings are full of clues. She uses humor, recurring themes and iconography, and references to the history of painting to lead us into a new understanding of the visual stories we’ve been told. Whether through the figure of the broom to represent labor (visible and invisible), windows that lead to another world, text reading “The Studio,” images of mice scurrying about a wheat field, or even the scale of a particular work, the artist uses painting to explore her own relationship to the medium, and ours.

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