Sunrise on the Wasatch

Oil

11x14 Inches

$3800



Inventory#: GSI-047

New Growth

Oil

11x14 Inches

Sold

Field Edge

Oil

11x14 Inches

Sold

Fall Field

Oil

8x10 Inches

$1800



Inventory#: GSI-041

Man of the West

Oil

16x12 Inches

$4200



Inventory#: GSI-042

Heber Field

Oil

11x14 Inches

$3500



Inventory#: GSI-043

Pleasant Valley

Oil

24x24 Inches

$12000



Inventory#: GSI-035

Autumn Tree

Oil

24x24 Inches

$12000



Inventory#: GSI-034

Big Creek Homestead

Oil

36x36 Inches

$22000



Inventory#: GSI-033

Last Supper

OIl

14 x 11 inches

Sold

Red Barn With Corn Field

OIl

5x7 inches

$1600



Inventory#: GSI-013

Blue Roof Barn

OIl

5x7 inches

$1600



Inventory#: GSI-014

Red Barn

OIl

5x7 inches

Sold

Raising of Lazarus

Oil on canvas

24 x 30 inches

Sold

Sunburnt Field

Oil

36 x 40 inches

$29,000



Inventory#: GSI-003

Golden Bale

Oil

5 x 7 inches

$1600



Inventory#: GSI-004

Solitary Man

Oil

7x5

Sold

Mary and Jesus

Oil

16 x 16 inches

Sold

Tower Boulder Mountain

Oil

8 x 10 inches

Sold

Gary Ernest Smith

“I was born and raised in a rural farm community twenty miles north east of Baker City, Oregon. The demands of farm life taught me the values of discipline and self reliance. When I left the farm for an art career, I was able to draw upon those deep seeded values that rural life had taught me, and my subject matter became those people, places and things that had been so ingrained in me while growing up on the farm. These images cross the boundaries of time and to me they are symbolic of the soul of America.

My work is a sketchbook of my life. It reflects my growth and evolution as an artist. As I have progressed on this journey new experiences and influences have become a part of me and my work.

As a young artist I was impressed by a scriptural passage in Exodus which refers to the artisans and craftsmen who built the tabernacle as “wise hearted.” With this in mind I have always sought a higher level of inspiration and positive purpose that may reflect and inspire the best of humanity. My desire is to create art that is spiritual but not necessarily overtly religious: it must always speak of deeper feelings and emotions that get to the heart of the subject.”

Gary Ernest Smith Full Biography ››