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Sherrie stockton (map #4)

Minneapolis, MN

I create whimsical characters out of scrap metal, found objects, and old tools using the oxyacetylene method of welding. My sculptures are friendly to the environment, unique, and will make you smile.


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Demetra Saloutos (map #19)

Stoughton, WI

Hand forged copper bird baths, topiaries, trellis' and plant stands woven out of bands of steel and accented with copper.


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debbie radke (map #37)

Franksville, WI

I freehand cut and tool copper sheeting, solder and form my sculpture. I embellish with wire, blown glass, flame and often I apply acid for a verdigris patina, resulting in a striking contrast.


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Ryan Halbur (map #107-108)

Independence, IA

I was raised with the belief that you always make the most of what you have and don't waste anything. I use those same beliefs when creating my scrap metal sculptures and recycled materials art.


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melinda lucas (map #27)

Chippewa Falls, WI

I create original designs and then use a hand-held plasma cutter (not computerized) to burn these into vintage and antique metal objects. This all done by free-hand.