Anne Smith (b. 1985, Syracuse, NY) is a visual artist based in Washington, DC. Her art practice spans disciplines of drawing, sculpture and printmaking, and concerns themes of landscape, space and ideas of home. Featured in her work are places such as her childhood and ancestral homes, the Potomac River, the side of the road, and other spaces entirely imagined are featured in her work. Smith is a Teaching Artist at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, and has been Master Printmaker on a large-scale silkscreen book project at George Mason University’s Navigation Press. She studied silkscreen printmaking with Master Printmaker Lou Stovall, for whom she was a studio assistant for several years. She has completed artist residencies at the Washington Project for the Arts (DC), the Kala Art Institute (Berkeley, CA) and the Torpedo Factory Art Center (Alexandria, VA). Smith is represented by Adah Rose Gallery.