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    David Smith was an early Abstract Expressionist sculptor who welded steel into large geometric works. Throughout Smith’s career, he also created paintings and drawings that utilized Abstract Expressionist techniques. “Art is a paradox that has no laws to bind it,” the artist once mused. “When art exists it becomes tradition.

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  2. Roland David Smith (March 9, 1906 – May 23, 1965) was an American abstract expressionist sculptor and painter, best known for creating large steel abstract geometric sculptures. Roland David Smith was born on March 9, 1906 in Decatur, Indiana and moved to Paulding, Ohio in 1921, where he attended high school.

    • American
    • March 9, 1906
    • Decatur, Indiana, United States
    • May 23, 1965
  3. I hope my love of watercolor can be found on this site. And I hope we'll have the opportunity to paint together soon. Until then, keep that palette wet! Sincerely, David. *If purchasing from outside the continental U.S., please contact me for shipping prices:

  4. David Smith. Founding member of the American Abstract Artists group, 1936. I like outdoor sculpture, and the most practical thing for outdoor sculpture is stainless steel, and I make them and I polish them in such a way that on a dull day, they take on the dull blue, or the color of the sky in the late afternoon sun, the glow, golden like the ...

  5. Sep 22, 2023 · Artnet News Artist Carol Bove joins the podcast to discuss co-curating the Whitney's new show about the eccentric polymath Harry Smith.

  6. Sep 16, 2023 · Interim by David Smith has recently been listed as available in the secondary art market. This limited edition print may be available for purchase.

  7. Sep 18, 2023 · On May 31st, 2022 we lost synthesis pioneer Dave Smith. Tape Op contributor Alex Maiolo wrote this lovey tribute to remember him by.-GS. Don Buchla, Robert Moog, Tom Oberheim, Delia Derbyshire, Peter Zinovieff, Roger Linn, Hiroaki Nishijima, Tatsuya Takahashi, Daphne Oram - seems like every inventor that moved the ball forward in the world of synthesis had a name that easily identified them.

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