www.mylittlehomestead.com “Moving from the City to the Country” Recycling Metal Part 2 Metal Art using Recycled Corrugated Metal Sheets Here’s an idea for designing, making artwork using recycled corrugated metal sheets. The artwork helps to cover the blemishes on the recycled metal fence and helps increase the strength of the fencing material. The security gate is also decorated with metal cut out designs. These designs are added the courtyard fencing and gate to create a welcoming entrance. The free standing flower sculpture is placed in the garden area and the small freestanding sculptures are in the whiskey barrel flowerpot. Music Credits: Banana Moonshine by Dan O’Conner www.danosongs.com Music by DanoSongs.com Thanks for watching
A video made by Irish television show “About The House” featuring the traditional wrought iron work of Foleys Forge. Foleys Forge was established in 1845 and we are predominately known for our high quality craftsmanship. All work is hand forged to the highest specification. At present we are working on wrought iron gates for Killeen Castle. Our restoration work has included the gates at Dalgan Park, Navan and also the gates for Lord Meath of Kilruddery House in Wicklow. To see examples of our work please see our online gallery at picasaweb.google.com or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
www.patio-garden.org This short video shows some examples of art in the garden. Ornaments and sculptures like these add colour and character amongst the flowers, plants and landscaping. Garden Art is a fun subject for kids who are into making crafts at home. Make your own garden art for the lawn and yard! www.patio-garden.org
For more art work check out; luboart.com www.etsy.com It is called “Silver Ocean Dance” The dimensions are; 3′ wide- 2′ tall – 1.5″ deep (91x61x4cm).
The creation of the metal sculpture, “The Dancing Dawn”, by artist Jeremy Cooper.
The creation of the metal sculpture, “The Harvester of Sorrow”, by artist Jeremy Cooper. Made out of 100% recycled metal
Metal qrt design company Shining Sun Gardenworks offers home decor and gift retailers a virtual tour through her trade show booth, metal art, indoor outdoor wall art, funky fridge magnets and garden art
www.hint.etsy.com After silver metal clay charms have been fired in the kiln and burnished in the tumbler, Beth Hemmila from Hint Jewelry Design demonstrates how to create an antique finish with liver of sulfur. Steps covered in this demo include 1. Tools 2. Boiling water 3. Measuring liver of sulfur 4. Heating charms and dissolving liver of sulfur 5. Achieving a gunmetal gray patina 6. Cooling charms in cold water 7. Drying charms on a towel. For more metal clay resources, tips, and behind the scenes look at Hint Jewelry, visit my blog: hintjewelry.blogspot.com
The creation of a miniature, limited edition metal sculpture, “Winds of change”, by artist Jeremy Cooper.