"Here Today, Here Tomorrow, Steel Sculptures for a Lifetime of Garden Pleasure"
|Susan prefers a realistic approach in her outdoor garden art. Her collection of garden sculptures are cut by a plasma cutter from 14 gauge or stronger steel. Each piece of iron art is shaped and hand welded. It is then sent to the greenhouse to start the rusting process. The lawn ornaments then develop a rusted patina, which continues to change as they weather outside. She feels the natural rust is an understated look for the yard sculptures and lets the design be the focus.|
Her unique collection of fencing , garden gates,wall decor and yard decorations can add that special touch to the home and garden.
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Tips From Susan
|Inside Use: Susan recommends that if you wish to use the product inside that you spray it with a clear acrylic sealer first.|
For using sculptures on patios: Susan says it's a good idea to mount your sculpture on cement pavers stone. This helps to prevent rust stains on the patio. Paver stones can be found at many of the large building supply stores.
Rusting: The steel has been naturally rusted so it will be dirty to the touch! The weathering process takes approximately 6 months after which it will take on a deeper color.