"The artist is completely self-taught, with a flair for transforming sheets of stainless steel into fanciful three-dimensional creations. The Artist first researches their subjects for anatomical accuracy. Then, with skilled hands and 6,000 degrees of heat, the artist bends and shapes flat steel into a life-like sculptures, and grinds, cuts, and/or welds to create texture on the surface. After this intricate process, the artist carefully heats the steel with a torch to bring out vibrant colors that include cobalt blue, burnished bronze, and coal black.
The combination of the artist's creativity and the inherent variances in the design process ensures each finished piece of art is original and unique. The beautiful colors are permanent -- little maintenance is required -- so these sculptures are appropriate for display inside a building or out in a garden."