by Kenna Smith | Aug 8, 2022 | Art
Welcome to FND Together’s LIGHT & SHADE virtual art exhibit, featuring the artwork of several FND Warriors across Canada including Kenna Smith CHt., who present their art to spread awareness about Functional Neurological Disorder (FND).
FND Together would like to extend its gratitude to Lourdes Behen, the sponsor of this art exhibit. This event would not have been possible without her generosity, support, and encouragement.
Special thanks also go out to Katherine Parthimos, owner of Somewhere Gallery, for curating the exhibit, and to Anaïs Favier, graphic designer/art director specializing in branding and experiential design, for her graphics to promote the exhibit.
Click on the link below to access the free virtual exhibit. Navigate through the gallery and click on the art to access descriptions. Some of the art is for sale, all sale proceeds will benefit the individual artist. We hope you enjoy the show. Please give the virtual format a few moment to load following pressing the link.
For more information about FND or to support the FND community, please visit our site (www.FNDtogether.com).
FND Together © 2022. All Rights Reserved.
by Kenna Smith | Aug 8, 2022 | Feature, News
Kenna Smith CHt. has been given the exclusive honour of being the featured artist for August and September 2022 in the popular publication Compass Magazine!
The paper has a focus on the Arts and wellness and highlights local artists with a flair for boldness, a unique style, love of the west coast and a first nations influence. Mrs. Smith certainly ticks these boxes with gusto!
Make sure to pick up your copy of the Compass Magazine at locations all over Vancouver Island and the Mainland or you can read it online at: https://issuu.com/compassmagazine8/docs/lowres_issue_40
by Kenna Smith | Jul 14, 2022 | Art, Feature
I was recently scrolling through some pictures on my phone of adventures and places I have wandered to in the last year when I came upon a photo of an owl perched in an old maple tree.
It got me reminiscing about the late night walk I was taking my dog, Gus through the acreage we were living on at the time. There was the most stunning silver moon out that night and this loud noise that drew us out of the house in search of the source.
It turned out to be a majestic night owl perched high in the tree. I love how a picture can inspire a memory and a painting can bring back all of the sights, sounds, smells and emotions of a moment in time.
by Kenna Smith | Jun 27, 2022 | Feature
When I saw a photo of these hand carved canoes sitting on the shoreline of the majestic Haida Gwaii I felt as if I was transported to another time and place entirely. It is hard to describe the feeling, except to say that every one of my senses was lit up in an instant. I could smell the sea water, hear the call of the seagulls overhead, feel the chill of the ocean air raising the hairs on my arms. The beat of the war drums was felt deep in my soul as if I was being called to this place.
I have never been here, at least not in this lifetime. My soul and every fiber of my being knew this place as sure as every brush stroke. My hope is that through this piece your senses will be engaged as well.
by Kenna Smith | May 28, 2022 | Art, Feature
Versatile Origami Totes featuring custom westcoast inspired artwork by Renowned Canadian artist Kenna Smith. Can be worn as a beach wrap, scarf or used as a carry all bag. Any way you use them, they are super gorgeous!
There are several beautiful and bold prints to choose from, two different lengths of vegan friendly straps in black, brown or navy; giving you loads of fresh current looks.
Perfect for that long awaited cruise, picnic on the beach, taking your books to the coffee shop or riding in the convertible in style!