Create a special place in your house or garden with metal art
Are you looking for metal art to fill a spot on your wall? A bare patch in the garden? A metal art feature near your entertainment area or a decorative metal screen to conceal the utility areas of your garden? From our Adelaide Hills studio a unique piece of metal art, can be hand made just for you. Metal art and sculptures can be freestanding or wall mounted. Metal art can be backlit as a light box or made freestanding so that the shadows of the cut outs create an entirely different depth to the piece as shadows dance on night time walls.
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Functional Metal Art
Don’t settle for a boring gate or fence when you can have a piece of metal artwork or a steel sculptural feature that blends and ‘fits’ in your garden. Sculptural pieces, large or small can be forged by artist blacksmith Andrew Hood or fabricated using recycled or new materials. Metal panels can be cut and framed by gates. An investment in metal art will add value to your property.
Blacksmith, Andrew Hood forging a wheathead
Plasma cut metal art
Plasma cut metal art is designed, hand drawn and cut freehand by Farmweld’s artist and creative director, Tricia Hood. So every piece of metal art is unique.
That having been said, some pieces are a collaboration with Andrew giving a hand.
Screens can be made in panels to any size up to 1200mm x 2400mm. Where a natural, rust finish is desired Corten steel (also known as sculptors steel) is used. The rust on Corten ‘stabilises’ unlike mild steel which keeps rusting away. Alternatively, panels can be powder coated to a wide range of colours.
Have you every dreamed of having a sculpture made using recycled materials? We can recycle your shed contents and give you something unique with sentimental value. The beauty of blacksmithing is that metal can be manipulated into any shape or form. The flow, shape, texture and feel of something heated in a fire and beaten into shape cannot be replicated by machines. Handworked pieces become heirlooms and an investment.