PATRICIA GLEE SMITH

The New Yorker magazine used some of my "spot" drawings from the late 1977 through the 80's. These drawings were all submitted for consideration; some were published, some were not.
This kind of illustration was, in the style of the New Yorker, meant to evoke a New England culture as simply as possible. 

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