Dennis Smith Sculpture

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In Her Image

Posted by on Nov 14, 2012 in Children at Play - Small |

Edition of 30 H 18.5″, W 13.5″, D 13″ Price: $5,900 Our genes form a map of connections, not only physically, but even in the tiniest of gestures….the turn of a head, the gesture of a walk, the sound of a voice, even a way of being.  We are products, in part, of ancestry, and, directly, of our physical parents.  Sitting together, a...

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Skater

Posted by on Nov 14, 2012 in Children at Play - Small, In the Garden - Small, small/medium Bronze |

Edition of 30 H 12″ x W 10″ x D 6″ Price: $2,700 The crisp blades bite into the ice and throw me forward through the fading light. In gentle surges, they thrust me into the dark recesses of evening.  After a day of radiant adventuring, my fingers and toes are getting cold.  But I see a light in the window now and can picture firelight...

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Girl Running

Posted by on Nov 14, 2012 in Children at Play - Small, small/medium Bronze |

Edition of 30 H 14″, W 9″, D 7″ Price: $2,200 Adults seldom indulge, but children do it all the time.  It may be just a physical thing, but then it may be more psychological—that point in movement where the mind allows the body to let go completely in an expression of total exuberance.  Beyond a certain age we tend to feel that...

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Flight

Posted by on Nov 14, 2012 in Children at Play - Small, small/medium Bronze |

Edition of 30 H 14″, W 9″, D 7″ Price: $3,350 Oh, young dreamer, on the edge of the precipice with fragile wings fabricated from dream and untested ambition.  These are dizzy heights you balance on the edge of, though many and most have been here before at one time or another.  The world is built on such...

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Diary

Posted by on Nov 13, 2012 in Children at Play - Small, small/medium Bronze |

Price: $ Inquire The act of writing is usually an inward, rather than an outward gesture. Curled over, as if in a shell, the young girl writes in her diary, learning to express herself to herself, seldom thinking that someday she will look here again and reading these words will refresh her memory of who she once was and how she felt on a certain day. ...

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