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I have been working and designing Metal Art for the past 17 years. My company name is "Magical Rubbish", The name fits my art so perfect, because to me, my designs remind me of treasures from the past to the present that are unforgettably delightful. I give them a rustic finish that seems to have come from being found in the deep ocean or a forgotten cave. You can enjoy for years to come the designs I've created for you and your garden.
I pride myself in making sure that every piece meets my high standards. I love what I do. It makes people happy. It brings back memories of loved ones from the past or in your present. Many of my designs are of active vintage little people. I strive to make sure every eye-lash is just right and every hair strand flows with their movements.
I've always been known for having unique personal tastes, and enjoy being surrounded by delightful sights that take me back in time. My designs…

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  • Joined September 25, 2011

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Steel, recylced metal, grape vines, grape roots, glass, rocks, stones, old car parts, thrown away farm equipment, old window frames

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I have been working and designing Metal Art for the past 17 years. My company name is "Magical Rubbish", The name fits my art so perfect, because to me, my designs remind me of treasures from the past to the present that are unforgettably delightful. I give them a rustic finish that seems to have come from being found in the deep ocean or a forgotten cave. You can enjoy for years to come the designs I've created for you and your garden.
I pride myself in making sure that every piece meets my high standards. I love what I do. It makes people happy. It brings back memories of loved ones from the past or in your present. Many of my designs are of active vintage little people. I strive to make sure every eye-lash is just right and every hair strand flows with their movements.
I've always been known for having unique personal tastes, and enjoy being surrounded by delightful sights that take me back in time. My designs reflect this fact.
My drawings are then tranferred to 14 or 16 gauge steel. The design is then cut by using a plasma torch. Rods are welded to the steel as needed for supporting the artwork for display.
In the next step of the process, the rusting of each peice is the final touch. I store them for a number of days between layers of straw and dirt. The final finish is what defines my work, you won't see anywhere else except in the Magical Rubbish Art.
I do make many different things from from recylced material also.

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