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Who is Thomas C. Smoak?
Thomas Smoak Jr. was born in Charleston on February 24, 1960. He grew up in the Cainhoy area of Berkeley County, on the Wando River, where he spent most of his childhood fishing, crabbing and hunting.
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THOMAS C. SMOAK STEEL SCULPTURE

Lot 62: THOMAS C. SMOAK STEEL SCULPTURE

Auction Date: Feb 15, 2020

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: H12" W7", EACH ORIGNAL FIGURE IS ROUGH SKETCHED ON STEEL PLATE AND BURNED OUT WITH A WELDER'S TORCH TO CUT FINE DETAILS...

Location: Hodges, SC, US

Auction House: Lakelands Auction Service

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THOMAS C. SMOAK STEEL SCULPTURE

Lot 61: THOMAS C. SMOAK STEEL SCULPTURE

Auction Date: Feb 15, 2020

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: H18" W12", EACH ORIGNAL FIGURE IS ROUGH SKETCHED ON STEEL PLATE AND BURNED OUT WITH A WELDER'S TORCH TO CUT FINE DETAILS...

Location: Hodges, SC, US

Auction House: Lakelands Auction Service

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THOMAS C. SMOAK STEEL SCULPTURE

Lot 60: THOMAS C. SMOAK STEEL SCULPTURE

Auction Date: Feb 15, 2020

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: H22" W33", EACH ORIGNAL FIGURE IS ROUGH SKETCHED ON STEEL PLATE AND BURNED OUT WITH A WELDER'S TORCH TO CUT FINE DETAILS...

Location: Hodges, SC, US

Auction House: Lakelands Auction Service

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LOWCOUNTRY THOMAS C. SMOAK STEEL SCULPTURE

Lot 73: LOWCOUNTRY THOMAS C. SMOAK STEEL SCULPTURE

Auction Date: Feb 25, 2018

Estimate: $275 - $375

Description: Black Steel Lowcountry Scene "Dolphin Dock" Sculpture by Artist Thomas C. Smoak Jr. of McClellanville SC. The piece measures a 35 inches long and features two dolphins getting a free meal in exchange for a pet from a young girl on a dock. There is the symbol of SC, a palmetto tree and crescent moon stand. Measures 35" long by 15 inches tall. The stand is 5 inches long. Weight is 6 pds. Each sculpture of Thomas Smoak is drawn by soapstone by hand and the cutout using a Oxygen and Acetylene torch. PROVENANCE: The Estate of Artist Katherine M. Schneider. Thomas Smoak Jr. was born in Charleston on February 24, 1960. He grew up in the Cainhoy area of Berkeley County, on the Wando River, where he spent most of his childhood fishing, crabbing and hunting. From the artists site "My mother was the postmaster of the Wando Post Office, which was in our front yard in Cainhoy. In the summertime, some of the old local black men would walk by the post office, with an oar over their shoulder and carrying a bucket, cast net, fishing pole, etc. I was usually sitting on the front steps, and seeing no reason not to, I would take off behind them, and most of the time they would let me go fishing with them. My memories of these men and the stories they told are featured in my work. My father was the magistrate in that part of Berkeley County, and there was always something happening. Court was usually held in our living room, or many times, right in our front yard. So many stories I heard, true or not, are still things I sketch and use in my work." ***Pickup only or Shipping on furniture offered through the On the Go Transport 843-360-7472, Outward Bound 413-854-3676, The UPS store 843-202-0141 or locally AJ Williams & Sons 843-442-0462. Please contact them or your own choice of shipper directly. ***...

Location: Mr. Pleasant, SC, US

Auction House: Charleston Estate Auctions

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LOWCOUNTRY THOMAS C. SMOAK STEEL SCULPTURE

Lot 183: LOWCOUNTRY THOMAS C. SMOAK STEEL SCULPTURE

Auction Date: Feb 25, 2018

Estimate: $175 - $275

Description: Black Steel Lowcountry Scene "Sweetgrass Baskets" Sculpture by Artist Thomas C. Smoak Jr. of McClellanville SC. The piece measures 14 1/2 inches long, 14" high and features one of the lowcountry basket weavers at work. Weight is 3 pds 10 oz. Each sculpture of Thomas Smoak is drawn on the steel by hand and then cut out using a Oxygen and Acetylene welders torch. PROVENANCE: The Estate of Artist Katherine M. Schneider. Thomas Smoak Jr. was born in Charleston on February 24, 1960. He grew up in the Cainhoy area of Berkeley County, on the Wando River, where he spent most of his childhood fishing, crabbing and hunting. From the artists site "My mother was the postmaster of the Wando Post Office, which was in our front yard in Cainhoy. In the summertime, some of the old local black men would walk by the post office, with an oar over their shoulder and carrying a bucket, cast net, fishing pole, etc. I was usually sitting on the front steps, and seeing no reason not to, I would take off behind them, and most of the time they would let me go fishing with them. My memories of these men and the stories they told are featured in my work. My father was the magistrate in that part of Berkeley County, and there was always something happening. Court was usually held in our living room, or many times, right in our front yard. So many stories I heard, true or not, are still things I sketch and use in my work." ***Pickup only or Shipping on furniture offered through the On the Go Transport 843-360-7472, Outward Bound 413-854-3676, The UPS store 843-202-0141 or locally AJ Williams & Sons 843-442-0462. Please contact them or your own choice of shipper directly. ***...

Location: Mr. Pleasant, SC, US

Auction House: Charleston Estate Auctions

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LOWCOUNTRY THOMAS C. SMOAK STEEL SCULPTURE

Lot 127: LOWCOUNTRY THOMAS C. SMOAK STEEL SCULPTURE

Auction Date: Feb 25, 2018

Estimate: $175 - $225

Description: Black Steel Lowcountry Scene "Fishing Lady" Sculpture by Artist Thomas C. Smoak Jr. of McClellanville SC. Another successful fishing day, handpainted accents. Measures 8 1/2" long by 15 inches tall. The base is 3 inches wide. Weight is 4 pds 3 oz.. Each sculpture of Thomas Smoak is drawn on the steel by hand and then cutout using a Oxygen and Acetylene welders torch. PROVENANCE: The Estate of Artist Katherine M. Schneider. Thomas Smoak Jr. was born in Charleston on February 24, 1960. He grew up in the Cainhoy area of Berkeley County, on the Wando River, where he spent most of his childhood fishing, crabbing and hunting. From the artists site "My mother was the postmaster of the Wando Post Office, which was in our front yard in Cainhoy. In the summertime, some of the old local black men would walk by the post office, with an oar over their shoulder and carrying a bucket, cast net, fishing pole, etc. I was usually sitting on the front steps, and seeing no reason not to, I would take off behind them, and most of the time they would let me go fishing with them. My memories of these men and the stories they told are featured in my work. My father was the magistrate in that part of Berkeley County, and there was always something happening. Court was usually held in our living room, or many times, right in our front yard. So many stories I heard, true or not, are still things I sketch and use in my work." ***Pickup only or Shipping on furniture offered through the On the Go Transport 843-360-7472, Outward Bound 413-854-3676, The UPS store 843-202-0141 or locally AJ Williams & Sons 843-442-0462. Please contact them or your own choice of shipper directly. ***...

Location: Mr. Pleasant, SC, US

Auction House: Charleston Estate Auctions

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LARGE LOWCOUNTRY THOMAS C. SMOAK STEEL SCULPTURE

Lot 102: LARGE LOWCOUNTRY THOMAS C. SMOAK STEEL SCULPTURE

Auction Date: Feb 25, 2018

Estimate: $800 - $1,000

Description: Black Steel Lowcountry Scene "Casting for Bait" Sculpture by Artist Thomas C. Smoak Jr. of McClellanville SC. The piece measures a impressive 5 Feet Long and features a man and woman in a boat, the man casting for bait, the woman reaching toward a heron perched on the boat edge. There is a oak with spanish moss with a owl perched in the branches, a palm tree, and a smaller tree with a egret. There is a sneaky gator at the waterline. There are two palmetto stands to hold the piece. Measures 5 feet long by 27 inches tall. Each stand is 6 inches long. Each sculpture by Thomas Smoak is drawn by soapstone by hand and the cutout using a Oxygen and Acetylene torch. PROVENANCE: The Estate of Artist Katherine M. Schneider. Thomas Smoak Jr. was born in Charleston on February 24, 1960. He grew up in the Cainhoy area of Berkeley County, on the Wando River, where he spent most of his childhood fishing, crabbing and hunting. From the artists site "My mother was the postmaster of the Wando Post Office, which was in our front yard in Cainhoy. In the summertime, some of the old local black men would walk by the post office, with an oar over their shoulder and carrying a bucket, cast net, fishing pole, etc. I was usually sitting on the front steps, and seeing no reason not to, I would take off behind them, and most of the time they would let me go fishing with them. My memories of these men and the stories they told are featured in my work. My father was the magistrate in that part of Berkeley County, and there was always something happening. Court was usually held in our living room, or many times, right in our front yard. So many stories I heard, true or not, are still things I sketch and use in my work." ***Pickup only or Shipping on furniture offered through the On the Go Transport 843-360-7472, Outward Bound 413-854-3676, The UPS store 843-202-0141 or locally AJ Williams & Sons 843-442-0462. Please contact them or your own choice of shipper directly. ***...

Location: Mr. Pleasant, SC, US

Auction House: Charleston Estate Auctions

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