Geoffrey Smith Galleries

47 SW Osceola Street
Stuart, FL 34994


Geoffrey C. Smith (born 1961-) is an American bronze sculptor and photographer. He is a graduate of Montana State University, and currently resides in the coastal town ofStuart, Florida. His best-known work is that of the "Stuart Sailfish," an 18 foot monument situated in Downtown Stuart that serves as the iconic symbol of the city.

Smith is characterized as a representational sculptor, and though stylistically he may be viewed as a naturalist, his signature aesthetic can be deemed "loose" wherein the subjects of his work are represented by their basic elements, with fingerprints giving the suggestion of feathers or fur. All of his bronzes are yielded using the ancient lost-wax casting process, whereby a clay original of his creation is transformed at the foundry into an enduring bronze of limited issue. He prefers smaller limited editions, proofing each work personally before signing and numbering. Smith also has opted for a traditional chemical patina on his bronze sculptures, choosing to represent the animal as nature has seen fit to create it.

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