Had to splice this section together to keep the top rail as seamless as possible. Can bolt back together onsite.
Work in progress….tallest piece of sculpture I have done so far…well not finished but hopefully becomes the tallest one….
About 10 feet high, arcs are from the base of a small corn bin or silo with harrow/seed discs.
Getting ready for Millwood and Loudoun Auction for Arts Sake!
Inspired by David Smith. Stands about 7 feet. Steel remnants up to 3/4 inch thick give it a substantial presence.
Farm Hand "Modified"
Shop Chaos Getting Ready for the Show!
Abstract "Untitled" In Progress
Front triangle preparation is finished! Seat tube/bottom bracket is complete as well as the down tube and head tube. Next step, flux up those tubes and finish the rest of the main triangle welds.
Made some simple bases for these plow parts so they would stand up. Looks like a boat race of sorts to me.
Modified the stemware on the martini! Mostly finished with a few final welds to make and then I will figure out what I want to do for the final finish. I am thinking rust of course but I might get handy and lay down some paint.
This is my second frame underway. It will be similar to the first one except the size. This one is custom for a friend of mine and is the first custom measured frame for me.
Drawing is complete… Lugs are all cleaned (inside) and tube notching has begun.