Greg Gowen’s work is created using copper, brass, bronze, and steel metals, formed and assembled by various welding, metal spinning, and hammer shaping techniques. Finishes applied by patinas and flame
Used sawmill blades provide our blade steel. Elk antler(sheds), local and domestic woods are the source for the handles. Our technique is stock removal. Quality handmade knives with recycling in mind.
M & J Krob
Art is created on steel. Welding, grinding, painting & heating techniques are used to create the design & finish. Each piece is final finished in a clear powder coat for protection, & added shine.
Hand formed wire sculptures using copper wire that is silver plated and then coated with transparent color. Larger pieces are hand formed using bronze wire that has been powdercoated and embellished.
I use heat and pressure to transform found metal into sculpture and functional art.
Handmade copper furniture.
I create Metal Rocking chairs. Using 16 and 14 gauge steel. Some with 3/8 flat steel and some with 1x3/1x2 tubing. All curves has been made with my own hand built metal bender.
I use techniques to form my art work from steel, copper, stone and glass. My sculptures both standing and for wall use recycled metal rusted, polished to forge art to invigorate the home and yard.
Natural stone is cut, carved, finished, and assembled into mountainscape.
Patinaed bronze sculptures with metal or granite base. Human figures that explore relationships
Wildlife wood sculptures hand and power carved details are burned in then painted by hand and airbrush
A clay sculpture is created by hand to capture the artist's vision. It's taken to the foundry, and the lost-wax method is used to create the piece in bronze. The patina is then chosen by the artist.
Galvanized steel is plasma cut, formed, shaped and manipulated by hand. Then welded and sprayed with a patina finish in order to achieve an organic realistic interpretation of the real subject.
Works in bronze, steel and other metals contemporizes the two-dimensional art form of calligraphy and ink paintings into three-dimensional sculptures.