This is our July 2016 limited edition piece. We were inspired to create a piece that celebrates pure summer fun! Please meet our new ferris wheel. Yes! It does turn smoothly around. We are creating just 10 of these. It is inscribed with the edition number and the date on the bottom.
This ferris wheel was hand-cut with a hand held plasma cutter, and hand-hammered into shape. Ben welded it fixed it to a piece of reclaimed barn wood.
The metal is sealed with a water-based enamel. Each piece will have very subtle variations. We cut them by hand and each piece of metal has slight color differences.
This large elk head sculpture is handmade in Pennsylvania from reclaimed metal. The head is painted with milk paint. We hand draw the pattern on the metal with soapstone and cut it with a hand held plasma cutter. We then hand hammer and weld the head into shape. Finally, we attach it to a reclaimed corn planter disk.
Each head will have subtle variations. They are cut by hand and each piece of metal has slight color differences.
The metal is sealed with a water-based enamel. This piece can be hung inside or out.
This head can easily be hung with a nail or screw. It weighs approximately 15lbs.
Care: Wipe clean with a damp cloth. If outdoors, you can maintain a shiny metal look [entirely optional] by applying a clear metal enamel, available in a spray can at your local hardware store.
A prize piece, for sure. We created this chicken entirely from reclaimed metal and barn wood. The chicken was hand cut from wood, carved and sanded to create its shape. its shiny appearance is due to a clear coat of water based enamel. The metal ribbon across the bottom is metal that was also hand cut and welded into place beneath the chicken.
Care: Wipe clean with a damp cloth. If outdoors, you can maintain a shiny metal look (optional) by applying a clear metal enamel, available in a spray can at your local hardware store.