2019 METAL WORK ARTISTS
Sherrie stockton (map #4)
My motto is Re-use and Amuse! I create whimsical characters out of scrap metal. Sharing joy through my art! In 2017 Butter Café of Minneapolis commissioned a 4’x4’ butterfly sculpture. In 2016 I was interviewed by a local TV station www.fox9.com titled Artist Gives New Life To Scrap Metal. In 2014 and 2018 I won second place at the Minnesota State Fair Creative Activities Competition – Metal.
bud bullivant (map #112)
Bud and Joan established WiredbyBud in 2010 to offer a creative outlet for Bud’s ability to use pliers to bend steel wire into one-of-a kind, three dimensional drawings. Each piece is inspired by nature and reflects Bud's love of the outdoors, which is both his playground and classroom.
debbie radke (map #102)
My copper designs focus on whimsy and my inspiration comes from nature.
I enjoy working with copper because of it's soft properties, I play on the extraordinary,vibrant color and detail.
My favorite are my fantasy flowers, influenced by my love for gardening.
herb johnson (map #65)
Wisconsin artist, Herb Johnson, has worked in the arts for more than 40 years. Nestled in the beautiful Kettle Moraine is the HJ Metalsmith studio where these sculptures are created. Herb has a Masters degree and taught art for more than 25 years.
melinda lucas (map #32)
Chippewa Falls, WI
My name is Melinda Lucas and I use a hand-held plasma cutter to make intricate original designs in vintage and antique objects. My inspiration comes from nature and nostalgic scenes. Every piece is completely free-hand.