The Art of Stillness

A Theory of Relative Happiness

May 12-26, 2018

340 Dundas St West, Toronto

Closing Reception:
May 26, 2:00 – 4:00pm, Artist in Attendance

A Theory of Relative Happiness was inspired by a note written by Albert Einstein. In 1922 he wrote, “A calm and modest life brings more happiness than the pursuit of success combined with constant restlessness.

The aim of art is to represent
not the outward appearance of things,
but rather their inward significance.


paintings available through the GALLERY

To see a selection of my current paintings on display and available for purchase, please visit



Here is a look at how a painting develops: "(TS said) Poetry" is now available at Bau-xi Gallery Toronto...

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Featured on This Is Seltzer

This is Seltzer is an art and design blog which features artists from around the world. Designed to highlight the talent and innovative practices of artists, This is Seltzer aims to share with its readers a selection of new work every week to inspire and motivate the...

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Q&A with Bau-xi Gallery

At the moment, your work centres on female figures swimming. What lead to this development? The female figure has always been central to my work. Water became the solution for where to place the figures. Watching my daughter swim in a northern lake was an “aha”...

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Interview Featured on Pocket Gallery Blog

To read the full interview please go to Still waters run deep with Vicki Smith July 16, 2016July 14, 2016 ~ pocketgallery ~ Leave a comment (TS said) Poetry (2016) For Vicki Smith, it was never a question of if she should become an artist;  it...

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