2019 Booth # 120E
Our pieces are all designed from copper. Soft and rigid copper tubing is hand shaped to create stationary (snakes, snails, butterflies, etc.) and orbital (spinning) sprinklers. Various pieces of copper, along with brass fittings are soldered together and holes are drilled to create different water patterns. Every sprinkler has either a figure cut from copper sheeting, beads, stainless steel balls, copper spirals, etc. added to create a unique piece of functional art. Three years ago we began designing wind sculptures using the same processes as used above. These pieces are powered by wind rather than water.
2018 booth #7A
Functional stoneware art with brightly glazed folk imagery referencing animation and art history.