This sign is for a home business in Camas, WA. Elida is a professional artist and painting teacher.
The 40H x 40W sign sits on a 2′ concrete wall at the base of the driveway and along the sidewalk. The 20″ red center piece is her laser cut initial, powder coated. The four corners hold 8″ x 8″ x 1″ slabs of Blenko glass. The box tube frame is filled with a variety of textures; perforated steel, expanded mesh and woven mesh. It’s bolted down with tabs along the base as well as a vertical T bracket.
This is Debbie and Ron’s new ‘Bubble Screen’ set into their landscape. The tube stock frame contains a variety of disc sizes. They run from 1/16″ thick to 1″ thick and 3/4″ wide – 13″ wide. The hand bent strap rings are 1/2″ – 1″ thick. This variety allows for lots of movement and depth as you move around the piece. 6’H x 3′ W
Olivia and Clint commissioned this pair of red sprites for a corner of their beautiful backyard garden.
The rock used here was also used in the Lan Su Chinese Garden.
CLIENT PHOTOS OF WORK:
My piece ‘Target’ is on the far right next to Brian Keith Scott’s totem. 7’H x 16″W
Here is my latest piece, Crescent. 10’H x 2′ 6″ W.
Bull’s Eye: Reflectors, copper, laser cut remnants, fire poker base and drops.
Flower Wreath: Aluminum, beads, steel and copper. 18″W
FINAL SHOWS OF THE YEAR:
LOCAL 14 at the Left Bank Annex, September 29th – 30th.
ART IN THE BURBS at Tigard High School, October 14th – 16th.