Joyce Kimble Smith is a fine art photographer formerly based in Winchester, VA, where, for ten years, she documented the beauty and ever-changing face of the Shenandoah Valley. Her images of cherry blossoms were presented on News Channel Four in Washington, DC. She has recently relocated to Michigan and is now documenting the beauty of the Great Lakes, and the rural farmland of the Midwest.
In Indiana, her work was accepted and displayed at the Lakeland Art Association Gallery in Pierceton, Indiana. Her work was purchased by Maple Leaf Farms for the art collection at the new corporate headquarters in Leesburg, Indiana. The Clark Gallery at the Honeywell Center in Wabash, Indiana, selected a Joyce Kimble Smith photograph to be on display in its prestigious 2011 Fall Photographic Competition and exhibit. Her work was included in the Lakeland Art Association 2012 Spring Competition in Pierceton, Indiana, where her photos were awarded Third place and Honorable Mention. Her work was awarded Second Place in the 2012 Fall Photographic Competition at the Clark Gallery at the Honeywell Center in Wabash, Indiana with her entry of her photo, 'Beautiful Day'. Most recently, her photograph 'The Old Mailbox' was selected as the cover photo for a newly released novel by T. E Vernier entitled Feckenmeyer's Mailbox. The book is available on amazon.com.
Joyce is a classical pianist, a Christian vocalist, and the mother of three. She also has eight beautiful grandchildren, and her first great grandchild! She is a very talented photographer, whose works are included in corporate and private collections both in the United States and Internationally.
Joyce Kimble Smith joined Pixels on November 27th, 2009.