7. Metal Breed I could hear the metal rising From the land across the sea A wave of thunder in the darkness Grinding rhythm, scorching steel FM radio was rockin’ Building armies on the air Revolution that is still evolving Standing tall the metal breed Generations of the anvil pounding You can’t kill the Metal Breed Burning up the next frontier Images that stir your mind Moving pictures with the music Winning masses all the time Music television rockin’ Legions turning in the show Revolution that is still evolving Standing tall the metal breed Generations of the anvil pounding You can’t kill the Metal Breed Digital now cast in concrete Spreading out like a disease Every download on computer Exhilarate the metal scene Revolution that is still evolving Standing tall the metal breed Generations of the anvil pounding You can’t kill the Metal Breed ============================= Buy the CD at www.robrock.com
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Melting and pouring copper in backyard foundry flower pot foundry making ingots melting metal back garden art sculpting
Scenes taken from “HRGiger – Revealed” DVD ALBUM : “In The Garden Of Unearthly Delights”
shovel recycling in San Francisco at the “Living Art Gallery SF” , located on a public city street . Old garden tool donations greatly appreciated . Shovelface Art is a community effort that inspires people to recycle, thanks for watching
To most people an old license plate is just a scrap piece of metal. But for Aaron Foster it’s art…not to mention his livelihood. The California native creates works depicting everything from voluptuous starlet Marilyn Monroe to neatly chiseled cowboys and shiny old cars…all from old license plates. On Today’s Entrepreneur of the Month segment we’ll peer into Foster’s world and see how he went from managing the office of a small wholesale home furnishings company to creating a multi-million dollar living from what some consider old scrap metal.
www.SteveNielsenART.net – 700 hrs & counting. Stainless Steel Metal Eagle Sculpture for the city of Oroville California. Upaded January 3, 2010. Made posible by Freda Flint of Artist of Rivertown and the city of Oroville California. Steve has been building this piece since December 2008. Plans to finish sometime in 2010. Destination is currently a hot topic. Everyone would love to see it displayed along the Feather River in Oroville or even out front of the City Hall. The concern is the high value once finished, and the possibility of theft or vandalism.
The creation of the metal sculpture, “The Harvester of Sorrow”, by artist Jeremy Cooper. Made out of 100% recycled metal
In The Eternal Garden Of Death/Meditatio Mortis
This is a close view of a whimsicle yard art Wind Chime that is made from tin cans and bottle caps. All it takes is a few metal screws, a little wire, tin snips, one metal funnel and putting it all together. This is a great gift idea that was given to us by My Father In Law, RIP and we enjoy his memory every time we walk in the yard and hear it chatter in the wind.