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 because you need to conceal the utility areas of your garden? Working from our Adelaide Hills studio, we produce unique metal art, hand made just for you. Metal art and sculptures are available for either freestanding or wall mounted applications. Metal art looks awesome when backlit as a light box or in contrast, freestanding panels lit from the front throw give an entirely different depth to the piece as shadows dance on night time walls.
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Functional Metal Art
Why settle for a boring gate or fence when creating a physical barrier in your garden? Wouldn’t you rather an interesting work of metal art or a steel sculpture that ‘fits’ in your garden. Artist blacksmith Andrew Hood, forges large and small metal sculptures. Sculptural forms are made using recycled or new materials. Include metal panels with artistic cut-outs in the frame of your gate so they become works of art. Investing in metal art adds value to your property.
Blacksmith, Andrew Hood forging a wheathead
Plasma cut metal art
The corten sheets used for the metal screen panels enable us to make metal art panels in any size up to 1200mm x 2400mm. Where a natural, rust finish is desired Corten steel (also known as sculptors steel) is a great option because, unlike mild steel, it forms a stabilised layer of rust on the surface. In addition, metal panels can also be powder coated in a wide range of colours.
Is your dream to have a sculpture made using recycled materials? Let Farmweld recycle your shed contents to give you something unique with sentimental value. Blacksmith’s forge hot steel into any shape or form, thus changing the flow, shape, texture and feel of the material into unique items. Minor hammer marks and imperfections in hand-beaten steel is a stark contrast to perfectly made, machine replicated metalwork. Handworked metal art products are heirlooms, often handed down to the next generation and consequently, are an investment in your home.
If you’d like to invest in a bespoke quality, hand-made product, contact Farmweld today.