Tatham Smith is a New York City based artist with an eclectic style. Gallery and Studio Magazine published that her "especially strong works render the cliche 'portrait painting is dead' patently ridiculous..." Tatham is better known for her powerful colorful works meant to brighten and elevate one's soul.
Honors, Notable Mentions, and Awards
Tatham shows her works in Los Angeles, Prague, London, Laguna Beach, and New York City. Her solo shows include Pleiades Gallery NYC, Viridian Gallery NYC, Saatchi and Saatchi Prague, The Laguna Beach Art Gallery, and TOAST NYC.
Tatham's works have been published in several magazines and books including Le Petit Economist Illustrate.
Her works were licensed through the Bridgeman Art Library, rented/sold through Atria, and are represented by Laguna Art.
Tatham was one of fifty artists chosen worldwide by the charity Sing for Hope to paint a piano which was displayed on the streets of NYC for the month of June 2019.
Viridian Artists 17th National Juried Show curated by Robert Rosenblum, Guggenheim Museum, NY NY (Second Place Winner)
The Pleiades Art Gallery's Juried Exhibition curated by Joel Kantor, assistant curator for the MOMA NY NY (First Place Winner)
The Barret Art Center National Juried Contemporary Exhibit juried by Tina Kukielski, assistant curator for the Whitney Museum of American Art (Third Place Winner)
Parsons School of Art, NYC