Whitney Lewis-Smith 2012 Dry Plate-Photo ink on Archival Paper 1 of 10 30 X 38 in. Provenance: Directly from the artist's studio, owned by the gallery.
Whitney Lewis-Smith’s art practice, explores humanity’s relationship with the natural world.
Lewis-Smith completed her photographic education at the School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa and her work is in many prominent private and public collections, including the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, the City of Ottawa Art Collection, and the private collection of Sophie and Justin Trudeau. She is represented by Galerie St-Laurent+Hill in Ottawa, Canada, and Subject Gallery NYC in New York.
Her work uses a combination of historic and modern photographic processes as a means to speak on contemporary topics, most recently discussing consumerism, commodity accessibility, and globalization’s impact on the environment.
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