Mom-n-Pop
Allison SMITH Mom-n-Pop
Mom-n-Pop
1999

"Allison Smith: Mom-n-Pop," Bellwether, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York. Photo credit Daphne Fitzpatrick.
Allison SMITH Mom-n-Pop Cast beeswax
Candlelight Bulbs
1997-2002
Cast beeswax

"Allison Smith: Mom-n-Pop," Bellwether, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York. Also exhibited in "Allison Smith: Stilleven, evenStill," Bellwether, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York; "New Directions '98," Barrett Art Center, Poughkeepsie, New York, curated by Eugenie Tsai; "Allison Smith" Since '72," Yale University School of Art, New Haven, Connecticut, MFA thesis exhibition. Photo credit Daphne Fitzpatrick.

Allison SMITH Mom-n-Pop Iron-on patches on machine quilted cotton
Farby Patchwork
1999-2002
Iron-on patches on machine quilted cotton

"Allison Smith: Mom-n-Pop," Bellwether, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York. Photo credit Susan Alzner. Collection of The West Collection.
Allison SMITH Mom-n-Pop Woven taffeta
Farby Label
1999
Woven taffeta
Please click on image again for more detail.

Affixed to textile artworks in "Allison Smith: Mom-n-Pop," Bellwether, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York; "Allison Smith: Stilleven, evenStill," Bellwether, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York; "Allison Smith" Since '72," Yale University School of Art, New Haven, Connecticut, MFA thesis exhibition. Also distributed as a souvenir multiple in "Allison Smith: The Muster 2005," Governors Island, New York Harbor, New York, a project of the Public Art Fund. Photo credit Susan Alzner.

Allison SMITH Mom-n-Pop Iron-on patches on machine quilted cotton
Farby Patchwork (installation detail)
2002
Iron-on patches on machine quilted cotton

Included in J. Morgan Puett's "Cottage Industry" project "Evoking Histories: Memory of Water," Spoleto USA, Charleston, South Carolina. Co-curated by Mary Jane Jacob and Tumelo Musako, with Sarah Carrington. Photo credit Simon Upton.
Allison SMITH Mom-n-Pop Canvas tent and mixed media
Mom-n-Pop Market Stall
1999
Canvas tent and mixed media

"Allison Smith: Mom-n-Pop Market Stall," Meat Market Art Fair, Artists Space, New York, curated by Jenelle Porter. Photo credit Daphne Fitzpatrick.

Allison SMITH Mom-n-Pop Mixed media
Mom-n-Pop Market Stall
1999
Mixed media

"Allison Smith: Mom-n-Pop Market Stall," Meat Market Art Fair, Artists Space, New York, curated by Jenelle Porter. Photo credit Daphne Fitzpatrick.
Allison SMITH Mom-n-Pop Embroidery on aida cloth
Whitman's Sampler
1999-2001
Embroidery on aida cloth
Please click on image again for more detail.

"Allison Smith: Mom-n-Pop," Bellwether, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York. Also exhibited in Also exhibited in "New Directions '98," Barrett Art Center, Poughkeepsie, New York, curated by Eugenie Tsai; "Allison Smith" Since '72," Yale University School of Art, New Haven, Connecticut, MFA thesis exhibition. Published in New Observations. Photo credit Liz Deschennes.

Allison SMITH Mom-n-Pop Color photo, embroidery floss, paper, plastic
Whitman's Sampler Kits
1999-2002
Color photo, embroidery floss, paper, plastic

"Allison Smith: Mom-n-Pop," Bellwether, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York. Photo credit Liz Deschennes.
Allison SMITH Mom-n-Pop Paper, gouache, and mixed media
Whitman's Sample Sewing Box
2000
Paper, gouache, and mixed media
Please click on image again for more detail.

Photo credit Liz Deschennes.

Allison SMITH Mom-n-Pop Blown glass, sikscreen printed papers, mixed media
Sweetlife
2000
Blown glass, sikscreen printed papers, mixed media

"Allison Smith: Consuming Nostalgia," Eldridge Street Project, Eldridge Street Synagogue, New York. Glass candy jars blown at the RISD Glass Department in Providence, Rhode Island. Some jars part of "Mom-n-Pop," collection of The West Collection. Photo credit Liz Deschennes.
Allison SMITH Mom-n-Pop Blown glass, gouache on paper, candy, silkscreen print on Kraft paper
Sweetlife
2000
Blown glass, gouache on paper, candy, silkscreen print on Kraft paper

"Allison Smith: Consuming Nostalgia," Eldridge Street Project, Eldridge Street Synagogue, New York. Glass candy jars blown at the RISD Glass Department in Providence, Rhode Island. Some jars part of "Mom-n-Pop," collection of The West Collection. Photo credit Liz Deschennes.

Bibliography Section Article Bibliography Section Catalog Bibliography Section Web Link PDF icon displayed by thumbnail Sold Dot