Take a Look
Art was not part of P. Smallwood’s plan, but he is not here by mistake.
P. Smallwood's proficiency in using watercolors to bring subjects to life sets him apart. Watercolor, known for its fluidity and translucence, requires a high degree of control and understanding of color dynamics, making it a challenging medium. P. Smallwood's work is characterized by a blend of precision and spontaneity, and his ability to master this medium speaks volumes. Read More
artist and educator
“What a delight it was to see his interpretations. I especially related to those which depicted the human form. Whether young or old, each was presented with the artist's refreshing images of the reality of the world in which they live."
George S. Bolge
THE MUSEUM OF ART, FORT LAUDERDALE AND THE BOCA RATON MUSEUM OF ART, BOCA RATON
"I knew after only one glance at the watercolors by Philip Smallwood that he was unmistakably a "natural". The paintings spoke clearly and provocatively to me, making the point entirely through paint, form, line, texture, and color."
The Butler Institute of American Art
"Philip Smallwood is clearly a master of the watercolor medium. To view the work of this special talent reminded me that artistic achievement, like all significant success, requires hard work and a desire to make the seemingly impossible, absolutely possible."