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Nuts and Bolts Art – Take 6

Radiologist – ShoppingZonePlus

 

 

Baseball – ShoppingZonePlus

 

 

 

 

Welded Nuts and Bolts Dogs Sculptures – Pinterest

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Nuts and Bolts Art – Take 5

Weightlifter – Pinterest

 

 

Yardbirds – Baby Nuts the Dog Sniffing

 

 

Popular Mechanics

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Nuts and Bolts Art – Take 4

Metal Garden Art – Pinterest

 

 

Pinterest – Restroom

 

 

Pinterest – Fireman

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Nuts and Bolts Art – Take 3

Folf – Decor Decoration Putter

 

 

Funzug.com

 

 

Gunslinger – Enjoying Antiques on Etsy

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Nut and Bolt Art – Take 2

I told you recently that I was thinking of seeing what – if anything – I could add to the world of nut and bolt art.  For this I would need to learn to weld. We have the equipment. We have the nuts and bolts and other assorted ‘stuff.’ I’m doing a survey of what is out there, and I have to tell you, I’m getting intimidated.

The people creating this stuff are really talented. They take a pile of stuff and create something that makes you smile. Their ideas are wonderful and their talent is great. I’m getting a bit intimidated, but I’m going to continue my research and then get out to the shop and see what I can come up with that’s different.

Meanwhile, here’s more of the wonderful things I’ve found –

Bored Art

 

 

Doctor – Shopping Zone Plus

 

 

Farmer on Tractor – Bolt People

 

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Nuts and Bolts Art – Take 1

I’m thinking about trying to make some critters using nails, nuts, bolts, screws, and other small stuff. The first step is seeing what has already been created, and then seeing what spin I can put on the art, if any. I’m having a lot of fun seeing the wonderfully creative things people have created!

Papi and Guapo – Brown Dog Welding via Flickr.

 

 

“Basketball Players” by LeftOverStuff

 

 

Bike Chain Welding and Wiener Dogs

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Metal Sculpture I Like

Harriet Mead

 

 

Robin – Wire Sculpture by Ruth Jensen

 

 

 

 

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Brian Mock – Welded Sculpture from Found Objects – Take 5

Brian Mock – Welded Sculptures from Found Objects
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Portland-based sculptor

Mock says of his work:

“I am intrigued by the challenge of creating an entirely unique piece from an eclectic collection of discarded objects. Giving these old, common items a new and extraordinary life as one sculpture is an artistically challenging yet gratifying process. This type of work is also designed to be highly interactive and prompt viewers to question the reality of what they see. Audience reactions fuel my motivation.”

 

Brian Mock

 

Brian Mock

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Brian Mock – Welded Sculpture from Found Objects – Take 4

Brian Mock

 

Brian Mock

 

Brian Mock – Portland-based Sculptor. Colossal.

Mock says of his work:

“I am intrigued by the challenge of creating an entirely unique piece from an eclectic collection of discarded objects. Giving these old, common items a new and extraordinary life as one sculpture is an artistically challenging yet gratifying process. This type of work is also designed to be highly interactive and prompt viewers to question the reality of what they see. Audience reactions fuel my motivation.”

 

 

Brian Mock

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Brian Mock – Welded Sculpture from Found Objects – Take 3

Brian Mock

 

 

Brian Mock

 

 

Brian Mock

Brian Mock
Welded Sculptures from Found Objects
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Portland-based sculptor

Mock says of his work:

“I am intrigued by the challenge of creating an entirely unique piece from an eclectic collection of discarded objects. Giving these old, common items a new and extraordinary life as one sculpture is an artistically challenging yet gratifying process. This type of work is also designed to be highly interactive and prompt viewers to question the reality of what they see. Audience reactions fuel my motivation.”

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Brian Mock – Welded Sculptures from Found Objects – Take 2

Brian Mock
Welded Sculptures from Found Objects
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Portland-based sculptor. Mock says of his work –

“I am intrigued by the challenge of creating an entirely unique piece from an eclectic collection of discarded objects. Giving these old, common items a new and extraordinary life as one sculpture is an artistically challenging yet gratifying process. This type of work is also designed to be highly interactive and prompt viewers to question the reality of what they see. Audience reactions fuel my motivation.”

Brian Mock

Brian Mock

 

Brian Mock

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Brian Mock Welded Sculptures from Found Objects – Take 1

Brian Mock via Colossal

Brian Mock is a Portland-based sculptor. He says of his work:

“I am intrigued by the challenge of creating an entirely unique piece from an eclectic collection of discarded objects. Giving these old, common items a new and extraordinary life as one sculpture is an artistically challenging yet gratifying process. This type of work is also designed to be highly interactive and prompt viewers to question the reality of what they see. Audience reactions fuel my motivation.”

 

 

Brian Mock via Colossal

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