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Metal ART Documentary trailer

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Haven't posted for awhile here as I have been developing/experimenting to improve the medium. Hope this piques interest & discussion around here; a video about painting with fire and acid.

Little Lake Eagle Head

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Little Lake Eagle HeadLittle Lake Eagle HeadJuly 20 The HOG (Harley Owners Group) will be holding their annual Ride-in Bike Show at Little Lake American Legion Hall to raise money for Bay Cliff Health Camp, a camp for disabled children.

More Butterflys

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butterfly wind spinnerbutterfly wind spinnerButterfly BushButterfly BushI was inspired to make a butterfly bush and liked the butterflys so much that I made a table top wind spinners with more butterfly.

More Butterflys

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butterfly bush

metal adhesive...

has anyone used (and can recommend) a good metal adhesive? i need to stick flat smooth copper leaves to a flat smooth steel surface... i need something i can get in the uk.. any ideas? ive never used glue with metal before.


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 Butterfly by franKButterfly: Butterfly by franKHere's my first butterfly.It's made primarily using 1/4" mild steel rod.

Raiders Wind Spin

I meant this Raiders is a Wind Spin


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Yup-ee frontYup-ee frontYup-ee sideYup-ee sideThis Mask is inspired by the Yup-ik Native American Shaman Masks. The Eagle, made from steel is on the top with Trout fish made from copper are on each side of the Eagle. The hands for communicating with the Grandfathers are fashioned from steel. At the bottom are pieces of native UP Michigan copper and Native UP Michigan iron. The Face is made using Native UP Michigan White Pine with the eyes , nose and mouth made using native UP Michigan Maple knots. The ring surrounding the mask, and brackets holding the symbols are made from mild steel.

Sunday Sampler - Putting Design on the Line

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Is your design vision cloudy? Get a fresh look at what’s around you and how you can apply it to your own art – sculpture, jewelry, gardening, drawing, painting, graphics, interior space planning – whatever you create. David Caccamo, Pratt School of Art graduate and teacher of art in the Poughkeepsie School System, will challenge your innate sense of combining lines and curves in two dimensions and 3D (using copper wire.)

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