About Cedric Smith

Cedric Smith is a self-taught Georgia artist known for eschewing the "so-called rules of art". He draws on a wide range of influences and sources, both traditional and contemporary, including landscapes, pop art, brand advertising and photography, to express his poignant observations of life in the rural south. Smith works with a honed discipline on his compositions, seamlessly morphing photographic images into his richly textured pieces, applying and removing layers and lettering.

Cedric Smith has been the subject of several articles and reviews:

The New York Times
The Atlanta- Journal Constitution
Chicago Reader
Creative Loafing
Oxford Town
BET news
Art Business News
Art & Antiques
Art Papers
Good Day Atlanta
Art News Magazine
The New Yorker
The Charlotte Observer
Piedmont Review
The Thomaston Times
The International Review of African American Art
Savannah Magazine
South Magazine