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Featured AAC Artist Series: Harry T. Smith

The Arts Council Virtual Art Gallery Series Featuring AAC Artist: Harry T. Smith 

Harry Smith is 76 years young, married and has 4 children & 9 grandchildren.

When Harry got off active duty from the US Navy in 1965, he had a family to support. Harry came from a family of printers, so he went to work in the printing industry. He had dreams of being a photographer. Harry had his own Studio in the late 70’s and 80’s photographing weddings, portraits, proms, and sports teams. He put his dream away to raise a family until he retired in 2014.

Harry bought his first DSLR and started taking photos of things. His main interests are in wildlife, scenic, nature, cityscapes and just about anything that catches his eye. Harry knows how to edit photos using the program Photoshop from his time in the printing industry. With this knowledge he can take photographs and enhance them and create images that have won awards and have been in many exhibits.

Harry hopes that you enjoy his photos as much as he enjoys taking them.

Follow Harry on social media!

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Picfair (Picfair Limited operates an image marketplace that allows users to sell and buy images)

Contact Harry for any purchase inquiries: harrysmith241@hotmail.com

8”X10” in 11”X14” Mat $30.00
Fits 11”X14” Frame
11”X14” in 16”X20” $44.00
Fits 16”X20” Frame
12”X18” in 18”X24” Mat $52.00
Fits 18”X24” Frame

Scroll down to see a few selected pieces of Harry’s work along with the titles for each piece. 

(From Left to Right) 

William V. Roth Jr. bridge St. George, DE at Sunset
2020 Graduates of the US Naval Academy Flyover
Cherry Blossoms at Mt Royal (featured in the Arts Council What’s Up? Media exhibit “Bright Colors of Spring”)
Marine Corp Monument at Sunrise (featured in the Arts Council What’s up? Media exhibit “Artists Favorites”)
Big & Little Flags at Fort McHenry, MD (featured in the Arts Council BWI exhibit “All Things in Small & Big”)
Tree Swallow in flight (featured in the Arts Council BWI exhibit “Movement”)

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