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ANN SMITH spends her days making little robotic like figurines from broken electronics and machine parts. The sculptures are sold in stores and galleries throughout the US and have been published as illustrations in magazines and brochures. Her Clients include Chevron lubricants division, Cricket Magazine, and Cicada Magazine. Ann's illustrations have been selected to appear in the Communications Arts Illustration Annual #337, and the American Illustration 25 Annual. Recently she has received both local and international recognition from Wired Magazine (US), PBS Boston, DPI Magazine in Taiwan, Architectural Digest (Germany), GQ Germany, and The Discovery Channel Canada. In 2006, the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation (Montreal) awarded Ann a grant for her continued work in the fine arts. She has also worked with the Science centre in Montreal, as well as the Providence Children's museum to bring her creations to the curious minded. Ann,…

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  • Born on November 27
  • Joined May 22, 2008

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ANN SMITH spends her days making little robotic like figurines from broken electronics and machine parts. The sculptures are sold in stores and galleries throughout the US and have been published as illustrations in magazines and brochures. Her Clients include Chevron lubricants division, Cricket Magazine, and Cicada Magazine. Ann's illustrations have been selected to appear in the Communications Arts Illustration Annual #337, and the American Illustration 25 Annual. Recently she has received both local and international recognition from Wired Magazine (US), PBS Boston, DPI Magazine in Taiwan, Architectural Digest (Germany), GQ Germany, and The Discovery Channel Canada. In 2006, the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation (Montreal) awarded Ann a grant for her continued work in the fine arts. She has also worked with the Science centre in Montreal, as well as the Providence Children's museum to bring her creations to the curious minded. Ann, a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design (Illustration 03), continues to live and works in Providence, RI. You can find more examples of her work on her portfolio site: http://www.burrowburrow.com/, and blog: burrowburrowblog.blogspot.com.

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