Rebecca Daryl Smith is a fiber artist with a practice that spans scale and media. Using textiles as her viewfinder, she (de/re)constructs craft, materials, process and space with an intuitive leap from the logic of the grid. She works with memory-holding and historically charged materials like cloth, porcelain, brass and paper to investigate mythic constructs and explore themes of exchange, transformation and structural integrity. Smith received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art (‘20) and BFA from The Maryland Institute College of Art (‘12). Her work has been exhibited nationally, featured in print and online publications, and resides in private collections around the world. Smith is currently the Appalachian Center of Craft artist-in-residence in Fiber and an adjunct professor at TN Tech University

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