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    Hello,

    I am a sculptor of classic figures in steel. My work consists of renaissance forms rendered in abstract expressionist style. This is not junk yard art. See it at www.belveal.com. I am a studio artist with a university degree in fine art. Steel is simply my preferred medium.



    My work so far has been fairly small scale. I am hoping to learn from those more technically experienced the preferred methods for working in larger scales; Life-sized figures and larger. Your advice is appreciated.

    I am also interested in joint promotional opportunities. I am seeking sponsorship and commissions. Your referrals are appreciated.

    Thanks!

    roger belveal
    info@belveal.com
    www.belveal.com
    Last edited by belveal; 06-30-2009, 11:14 PM. Reason: insert image

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    Pretty cool stuff. Wish I had any artistic talent, but my skills lean towards the functional.
    Miller Syncrowave 200
    Homemade Water Cooler
    130XP MIG
    Spectrum 375
    60 year old Logan Lathe
    Select Machine and Tool Mill
    More stuff than I can keep track of..

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      Welded metal sculpture - returning to my roots

      Thanks. My father had a welding business many many years ago. I learned to hold a torch when I was nine years old, but never became a pro like y'all.

      I studied art in college and invented a unique style of rendering figures in steel that was all my own. But set it all aside to have a responsible career in information technology and business. Now my IT career has totally tanked! So, I'm returning to my roots and it feels good! I love the smell of burnt metal in the morning!

      I hope y’all enjoy looking at my sculpture as much as I enjoy making it. Please pass along this url to your friends and anyone who you know that would appreciate seeing what can be done with a torch and some ordinary steel www.belveal.com

      cheers

      roger belveal
      www.belveal.com

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