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This piece was originally a 1941 snow plow blade from Oakland County Michigan road commission. I plasma cut the design, ground it clean, colored the pool balls then had it clear powder coated. It stands 81 inches tall. Mounted on marble.
This piece is made from black water pipe, copper, and marble. Once the piece was done, it was sand blasted then doused with salt water on the trunk to rust it and a patina to turn the copper green.
This piece was made from an oxygen tank. Plasma cut, ground, and clear powder coated.
This piece was made from the pieces cut from the oxygen tanks for the above lamp and another lamp I don't have pictures of.
This piece was made from scrape metal and a defective grinding wheel. The scrap metal came from Ron Finch's building when we tore it down.
This piece was made from an oxygen tank that was originally made on October 14, 1955.
This piece was made from scrap metal and was originally just a Christmas tree stand, but we couldn't stand it being in storage for 11 months out of the year, so I turned into a table.
This piece was made from steel and copper. It is mounted on a thrust bearing and a radial bearing so it cocks to the wind at the slightest breeze.
My daughter Julie and I made this for my sister Suzy. It is made from a small acetylene tank and defective push rods from GM.
This piece was made from plasma cut stainless steel then powder coated. The coat hooks are a variety of motor cycle foot pegs.
This piece was made from a 1.5 inch thick chunk of a 1928 Great Lakes freighter's hull. Steel, marble, copper. I made it for and donated it to a charity event.
This piece was also made from the same 1.5 inch thick chunk of a 1928 Great Lakes freighter's hull. Steel and marble I made it for and donated it to a charity event.