Dennis Smith Sculpture

Fine Art Bronze Sculpture and Paintings

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After School

Posted by on Nov 13, 2012 in Children at Play - Small |

Edition of 30 H 24″, W 13″, D 19″ Price: $8,100 Remember what you felt when the final bell rang?  All that pent up energy exploding outward and the sudden flooding brightness of unbridled afternoon sun.  The pure radiance of it is enough to make a body burst.

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Advocate of the Child

Posted by on Nov 13, 2012 in Awards, Family - Small, In the Garden - Small, small/medium Bronze |

Open Edition H 15 ” Price: Inquire To a young child the world is a complicated place.  More often than not, all that is needed is the encouraging support of an outstretched hand-the willingness to remember what it was like to be young, when from time to time we all were anxious, confused or afraid.  Being there in the moment of a child’s simple need...

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If I Could Start Over

Posted by on Jun 29, 2012 in Blog | 1 comment

Saturday was my seventieth birthday. When I woke up this morning, it was from a dream in which I was standing in a store of some sort…like an old country store…and I was looking across the counter at dozens and dozens of pigeonholes, or square cubicles.  Inside them were all sorts of items.  The dream is fading so fast that I can’t recall...

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Over Forty Years of Welded Vision

Posted by on Jun 13, 2012 in Blog |

In 1968 when Veloy and I came back to Utah, I set up my first studio in my dad’s old chicken coop in Alpine, the small farming community where I had grown up about thirty miles south of Salt Lake City. We had two children by that time and not a penny to our name. I had determined to make my living as an artist but hadn’t the slightest idea how...

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A Personal Introduction

Posted by on Jun 8, 2012 in Blog |

In the mid-1980’s and into the 1990’s I wrote a weekly column in Salt Lake City’s major daily newspaper, The Deseret News. In all, I wrote over six hundred columns over a ten-year period before moving on to other things. Titled *Meanderings”, it was usually a perusal of what I might be thinking of at the time. The topics would range...

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