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Equipoise 14
Equipoise 15
Equipoise 12
Equipoise 10
Pulse of LA 2019
Equipoise Day | Private Collection
Equipoise ReBirth
Equipoise 2
Equipoise 3
Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art "Body & Soul"
Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art
Equipoise Summer
Faulkner West Gallery Solo Show
Faulkner West Gallery Solo Show
Equipoise 8 Spring
Equipoise 1
Equipoise 4
Equipoise 6
EQUIPOISE 5
San Luis Obispo Museum of Art- Brushstrokes 2019
Equipoise Spring
Riven Rock 3-Private Collection
Riven Rock 4
Light Patterns 15
Light Patterns 13
Light Patterns 14
Kerrie Smith Studio
KSLP17002 Light Patterns 11
Light Patterns 8
KSLP17001 Light Patterns
Corridan Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA
KSLP1609 Light Patterns - 9
Light Patterns 7 | Private Collection
Light Patterns 6 | Private Collection
Light Patterns 1
Light Patterns 2
Light Patterns
Vapours 14
Vapours 13
Wall Space Gallery, Los Angeles Ca USA
V 1
KSVLP170021 V2 Light Patterns
KSVLP170022 V-3 Light Patterns
V 5 | Private Collection
Wall Space Gallery, Los Angeles CA USA
Pulse of LA-SoLa Gallery, Los Angeles CA
KSV18021 V4 Light Patterns
V-Nuit
Light Patterns Sunset | Private Collection
LIGHT PATTERNS J | Private Collection
Light Patterns islands
LIGHT PATTERNS F- Private Collection
Light Patterns Carpinteria
Light Patterns 2 (SM)
Light Patterns 1 (SM)
Light Patterns -J
Light Patterns -I
Light Patterns -H
Kerrie Smith’s paintings capture the rapturous relationships of time, light and nature.

My current endeavor is to capture our changing planet. Consequently, my artwork examines patterns in our environment—urban and industrial as well as natural. I’m interested in the changing intersection between place in city or nature. As an artist, I feel a responsibility to address these changes and the environmental impacts they have had in the California fire-driven eroding mountains, deserts and coastlines.
My latest series is titled Equipoise/Vapours. In these paintings, I make reference to a world that is constantly changing via incredible leaps of technology and unbelievable strains upon the environment. This has caused me to ask, “How we can arrive at a place where balance has been found between technology and nature?“ At what point do we begin to realize that we are not moving through a passive landscape? In both of these painting series, I imagine portraits of the organisms capable of lasting thousand of years, shining a light on our planet’s resilience in the face of human intervention. My work is a reflection that describes the complex counterbalance of asymmetries found in the dynamic forces of nature.