Sculpture, Metal & Wood

Eugene Benes

Pens by Gene
Homer Glen, IL

Handmade writing pens made from wood, resin, antler, shell, paper, snake skin and other materials. Techniques include segmentation, inlay and casting.

Eugene Benes2019-08-15T00:09:44+00:00

Tony Casper

Tony Casper Designs
Oconomowoc, WI
tonycasperdesigns.com

I use exotic and highly figured woods, employ traditional joinery, live edges and butterfly keys. My goal is to create a base that will hold the top in such a way that the viewer will be intrigued.

Tony Casper2019-08-16T19:56:56+00:00

Stephen Christena

Arc Academy LLC
Chicago, IL
arcacademy.com

Our work focuses on Midwest iconography, industrial roots, accented hardwoods and a wide variety of painted metals utilizing acid flash rusting to chemical colorization. Each piece is made custom.

Stephen Christena2019-08-16T19:43:02+00:00

Daniel Horne

Daniel Horne Studio
Sharon, PA
danielhornestudio.com

I utilize an oxyacetylene torch to bend, cut, and weld steel to create balanced kinetic sculptures relying on human touch for motion to create an emotional bond between the viewer and each piece.

Daniel Horne2019-08-16T00:46:41+00:00

Layl McDill

Clay Squared to Infinity
Minneapolis MN
laylmcdill.com

I layer colored clay to create images that are stretched and reduced then these tiny sliced images are used to create my sculptures. I also use other techniques like transfer of my own drawings.

Layl McDill2019-08-16T17:43:01+00:00

Tom O. Reed

Wooden Cooking Utensils by Tom O. Reed
Sandborn, IN
tomoreed.com

I carve exotic woods into sculptural yet functional artistic wooden cooking utensils. Julia Child called my work “Truly a marriage of function and art”.

Tom O. Reed2019-08-16T19:53:14+00:00

R.C. Sanford

Sankora Studios
Strongsville, OH
sankorastudios.com

Accent lights from naturally finished local hardwoods and art glass using traditional joinery techniques.

R.C. Sanford2019-08-16T19:26:06+00:00

Mick Whitcomb

Nomad
Springfield, MO
artifactsbynomad.com

By means of soldering, welding, and dry joinery I create utilitarian sculptures by converting mechanical and scientific innovations from the 19th century into light fixtures.

Mick Whitcomb2019-08-16T19:11:53+00:00