CELEBRATING THE FEMALE FORM
with Anton Smit’s Female Series in celebration of Women’s Month
“There is nothing more rare, nor more beautiful, than a woman being unapologetically herself; comfortable in her perfect imperfection. To me, that is the true essence of beauty.”
– Hussein Nishah
South Africa boasts a rich history of prominent women who have set the path for others to follow.
This Women’s Month, however, Anton Smit is celebrating all women who walk their own path. From those who have reached the pinnacle of success, to those who succeed every day by forging ahead despite the anchor of hardship trying to weigh them down.
In honor of every woman who works tirelessly to improve her life and those around her, Anton Smit will not only be offering discounts on all his pieces, but every purchase of a life-size Female sculpture from the Selection also comes with your choice of a Complimentary sculpture from Anton’s Miniature Bronze Series.
Miniature Series – Bronze
With his Female Series, we encounter Anton Smit’s exploration of the female essence. That nature is elegantly revealed through a woman’s surrender to the power of love, expressing both vulnerability and strength in her pursuit of a profound, everlasting connection with herself and those around her.
To all the women who lend their strength to the world, may you enjoy a magnificent Women’s Month!
For more information, email Jethro Muller at Jethro@antonsmitsculptures.co.za or call 013 590 9074.
Anton Smit is the Proud Sponsor of the Fabulous Woman Awards 2023
MINIATURE PIECES TO CHOOSE FROM WHEN PURCHASING A LIFE-SIZE SCULPTURE:
About the artist, Anton Smit
Born in Boksburg in August 1954, Anton entered his first sculpting exhibition at the age of sixteen and won first prize. Following successful exhibitions in White River, Nelspruit, Pretoria and Cape Town, Smit turned to sculpting full-time.
In 1990, international recognition came in the form of exhibitions in Rome and Milan, an invitation to exhibit in New York and Hong Kong, as well as a return exhibition in Italy in 1993. More exhibitions followed in Bonn, Washington, Singapore and Koln.
His body of work comprises towering human figures, nudes, heads, masks, hands, angels, floating and stretching figures, warriors, as well as abstract works, sculpted out of steel, metal, stone and a unique iron and polymer cast mixture, as well as bronze.
Anton’s work is included in the permanent collections of the Pretoria Art Museum, Rembrandt Foundation, Graff/Delaire Collection.