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.
http://www.herbst-metal-wall-art.comI use aluminum, stainless steel, and copper plus dyes and heat to produce unique wall sculptures. Texture and color are combined to create pieces that change dramatically with light variations.
Heirloom quality knives born from billets of steel; brass, silver & copper bars & rods; handles from blocks of woods, fossils, and stone. Blades and handles are hand sculpted using a belt sander.
M & J Krob
Art is created on cold steel. Welding, grinding, painting & heating techniques are used to create each design & finish. Each piece if final finished in a clear powder coat for protection & shine.
Recycled sawmill blades provide the blade steel. Elk sheds and domestic woods are the handle material. Our technique is stock removal. high quality handmade knives with recycling in mind.
With raw steel & stainless, I use a torch to cut & create the relief which is my work. I focus much on my imagination of trees, taking great pride in my patinas; no paints, pigments, or dyes are used
Using steel, copper, glass and stone I weld, forge, grind and polish to bring the beauty of nature into sculpture. My mission in art is to use as much recycled material as possibe and make it new.
A lifelong gem cutter, I use my own design, machining, carving and engraving techniques. I attempt clean designs in scrap aluminum, using form and reflection. 25-160 hours by machine/hand for each.
Joe and Mari Axton-Giddings
We work in a unique blend of metals, ceramics, fired glass, and paint, using traditional techniques, unconventionally combined. We often start with a collage or drawing, then build by inspiration.
Highly sculpted hardwood kaleidoscopes utilizing a variety of species , designed to stand alone as sculpture with amazing interior views. Also I am developing tables made from a variety of hardwoods.
My art is encaustic medium on wood panels or paper. I incorporate reductive scraping and sgraffito techniques. I often use encaustic mono-prints or my photography in college or assemblage.
Hand-dyed fabric body.Smooth pine branches as legs.Feathers as manes tails and embellishment.Pine cone petals as hooves,eyes,noses.Adorned with beads,Creating Horses,Moose,Elk,Buffalo,Bighorn,and more
Upcycled materials changed w/6steps.EachPc painted w/custom acrylic palette of 25+colors via shapely/patterned strokes.Layered w/tones(warm&cool glazes)Quality UV protectant seals pieces=weather safe.
Modern take on bas relief. Digitally designed, CNC carved, 3D wood wall art. Hand painted with acrylics and hand finished through unique fire torching and hand distressing.
Environmentally conscious art that uses post industrial reclaimed wood as canvas. Mixed media consisting of paint, ink, untraditional digital transfer, and laser etching.
Using a combination of highly polished aluminum, steel and copper I create dimensional and original paintings made by applying automotive paints and acrylics
I design, craft, and install special handle material on knife blades. Wood, Antler, Buffalo Horn, Buffalo Bone, Camel Bone, Other
I specialize in Damascus multi layer steel blades -very artistic
Mixed media technique . I work on a aluminum plate that is 1/8" thick. I apply resin, oil paints, acrylics, textures, air brush, metal objects that are welded. Art is floated on metal backing plate.
A unique medium of hand cut impregnated plaster gauze shapes. Individually sculpted into wildly intricate textures.Technique has evolved to produce intensely textured paintings and enormous sculpture.
Combination of black & white photography & oil painting. My film photos are printed in my darkroom & handpainted using vibrant oils of my color choices revealing the fine details of the photograph.
Raku ceramics encompassing feathers, copper, leather, porcupine quills, turqoise, hair hair.
I oil paint on canvas incorporating mixed media, India ink, oil pastel, carbon, pastels, creating abstract gestural paintings inspired by our Colorado landscape, mountain vistas and gardens.
Each piece is inspired by fossils, crystals, gemstones, and minerals. Through years of experimentation I have developed my own techniques of hand-carving, sculpting, painting, firing and texturing.
I use digitally laser-cuts that have been textured and/or airbrushed then layered with metal, paints, resin, sculpted clay, stones, and crystals to create each unique piece that has its own vibe.