steel

Torching Steel

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I took a basic jewelry metalsmithing class once, and the instructor showed us how to take a heavy gauge of steel wire (it was actually a rod) and turn it a matte black color.  Of course, I can't


spiky flowers

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A windswept flower and an orchid like one.  Both cold forged recycled steel

 

 

 

 


Triskelus - living sculpture (or very elaborate plant pot)

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Triskelus

Hey there
Here is my latest piece. 

Bal.2012

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Housing

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Making My Style

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Been a while since I posted anything on here. But I've been feeling more and more in the mood to start blogging about my shop. I've always been a terrible journal writer or sketch book keeper or blogger or.... etc... Just something I was never in to. Except more and more, I find myself wanting to talk about my work, how I make things, what I think, and yet... I don't really have anyone to do that with. I think it's an artist thing. Artists like to talk about their creative process. So much about designing artwork revolves around internal thoughts and ideas and creativity. And while an artist gets to show off their creations on a regular basis, they don't get to talk about themselves and how they actually came about bringing their art into reality.


Yet another form of metal sculpture

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27 June. 1962.


Fam.Reunion

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Customer Gate Update

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Updated progressCustomer Gate Update


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