For J.W.

For J.W.

Image by William J. Hebert

Smith’s work is considered part of Minimalism, a movement in art history where the focus is on shapes, forms and volumes. During his time at the University of Hawaii, Smith created a series of nine sculptures, which he later named after a few of his teaching colleagues. This sculpture is named after John Wisnosky, a student at the University.  

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Tony Smith. For J.W., 1969. Bronze, 33 x 60 x 46 inches. Gift of Fred and Lena Meijer. © Copyright Tony Smith Estate/Artists Rights Society (ARS).