Most that have seen the classic sporting scenes of Brett Smith have been there themselves. Twenty-five years ago he turned to easel painting, chronicling his outdoor experiences in sporting art and extracting the essence of the sport and rendering it on canvas or paper.
Over the years, Smith has used his art to help raise millions of dollars for organizations such as Ducks Unlimited, CCA, The Atlantic Salmon Federation, DU Canada, the NRA, and many others. His work appears on the covers and pages of Sporting Classics, Gray’s Sporting Journal, and a large group of small, specific hunting and fishing publications.
Smith will be one of many talented artists showcased at this year’s Southeastern Wildlife Exposition in Charleston, South Carolina. The event runs Friday through Sunday, February 17-19, and encompasses much of the downtown area, with vendors spread across five venues.
Sporting Classics will be manning booths at both Charleston Place and Brittlebank Park, so be sure to stop by and enjoy special subscription rates and other great deals. This is SEWE’s 35th year, and the show promises to be an absolute can’t-miss!
For more information, visit sewe.com.