[app-ah-lat-chuh-is-si-sip-pee]: a Hank Smith art exhibit
ANF Architects hosts Hank Smith’s first solo exhibition, opening May 26. "[app-ah-lat-chuh-is-si-sip-pee]" promises to be a captivating exhibition that not only showcases Hank Smith's artistic talent but also invites viewers to embark on a visual journey through the landscapes that have shaped his artistic vision and personal connection to the beautiful South.
Hank Smith's art is deeply rooted in the landscapes of the American South, which he approaches not as a mere observer, but as a portraitist who seeks to capture the essence of the region's culture, identity, and history. His work is inspired by gothic literature and the idea of using landscape to uncover hidden truths about the South that transcend time and narrative.
Through his paintings, Hank seeks to reveal the true nature of the South, as it exists in the physical world, with all its raw and unfiltered beauty. His approach to painting is not just about creating beautiful images, but about using his art as a means of exploring and understanding the complex relationship between people and the natural world. By portraying the South's landscapes with such vivid realism, he invites viewers to reflect on their own connection to the land and to consider the ways in which it shapes our lives and identities.
So come celebrate with us as we open this show Friday, May 26th from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm! Entry is FREE and soft drinks, wine & snacks will be provided!
All pieces will be available for purchase. We accept cash, check, and Apple Pay! Have any questions regarding this event or future ANF events? Reach out to our Marketing Associate, baileyjames@anfa.com, to learn more!