Dennis Smith Sculpture

Fine Art Bronze Sculpture and Paintings

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Together

Posted by on Apr 11, 2013 in Children at Play - Life Size, Monuments, Public Installations |

Edition of 15 H 55″, W 34″, D 34″ Price: $64,000 Together: This sculpture is an expression of a relationship between three figures (friends or siblings) who circle together in a familiar ritual of childhood.  My desire was to create a composition which balanced between formal static tension and a lyrical movement which emphasizes the open...

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Alexander Hamilton

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013 in Monuments, Public Installations |

  One and a Quarter Life Size Price:  Inquire Originally designed for a private company, this figure of Alexander Hamilton was created to symbolize him at the height of his political career.  Hamilton was an enormous influence in the forming of our country.  This is a period piece with clothing as accurate as possible.  It is available as an edition...

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Summer Games

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013 in Children at Play - Life Size, Monuments, Public Installations |

Edition of 12 Price: $125,000 Spread out over a comfortable distance to reflect a typical sandlot ball game, the five young players in this life-size composition give its viewers an opportunity to meander in and around the sculptures, letting them have a sense of being a part of the animated space which the total composition creates.

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Stein Eriksen

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013 in Monuments, Public Installations |

Price: $ Inquire Born in Norway, Stein Eriksen was the first Olympic skier to break the Swiss dominion over the modern Winter Olympics by taking the gold in the giant slalom as well as the silver in the slalom when the games were held in Oslo in 1952.  Already recognized in Norway,  Eriksen’s Olympic achievements of that year turned him into one of the...

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Out of the Nest

Posted by on Dec 13, 2012 in Monuments, Public Installations |

Edition of 12 H 126″ Price: $145,800 A metaphor in several parts, “Out of the Nest” chronicles the cycle of life from infancy to adulthood and back again.  A young girl ponders her own being, rises up and as mother or mentor sets the next generation’s child on the back of graceful bird that will carry the child to the far visions of personal...

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