Maggie Smith is an American ceramist. She was born in New Hampshire, but moved at twenty-seven to Seattle and has resided since 1989 on Bainbridge Island. She runs a ceramics studio but is best known for her public art works, most notably the Salem Witch Trials Memorial and the Oak Grove-Freedman’s Cemetery, which were both collaborations with architects. She also worked on realization of the Winslow Way project in Bainbridge. Her work often involves letters.

Maggie Smith's Artworks and Works-in-Progress

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