Metal garden art
Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Metal garden art. Get inspired and try out new things.
Wondering what to do with old tools? Creative gardeners use them for garden art and trellis. Display them on their own or turn them into tool art animals. Have a look at these ideas from home gardens.
Bobby Thompson saved to garden decor
If you've been reading my posts about Sorticulture, you know that I had a blast at this event, my only regret being that I only had 5 hours to take it all in. Instead of doing one post with a lot of pictures, I'm spreading them out a bit. We've all seen wind chimes made with flatware but the clever combination of glass vessels and silverware by Glassafras Creations was a first for me. Beth Wright Designs came up with these cool wire work baskets planted up with succulents and adorned with…
Irma Swatzell saved to Weld me away
I have been trying to come up with some ways to create fun and unique flowers that can be used throughout your porch. I didn’t want to use material because I wanted something that can’t withhold all types of weather. I found cookie sheets in the Dollar Tree that I knew would work perfect. The […]
Michael saved to Dollar tree designs
Love rusty garden art? These ideas come from home gardens where the gardeners are clearly on Team Rust.
(Promoted pin) Design Toscano DB383049 Yeti The Bigfoot Garden Statue, Large, Brown
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Colleen Peachey saved to Yard Art
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Livia Baltazárová saved to remeslo
I love the look of copper in the garden-so much so that I have made a few different pieces for my garden and also a rain chain. I like to use copper tubing because it is flexible and I can manipulate it any way that I want. The added bonus is that it is beautiful and elegant. I created this recently from a roll of copper tubing, some concrete and an old nursery pot: DIY copper garden art Here is another piece I made last year: DIY copper garden art Here is a picture of the first one I…
Anne Hook saved to Home is Calm & Simple.
Barry Ferich has been working with metal and stone for over 30 years. He enjoys transforming everyday building materials into art objects which bear little resemblance to the original form. Several of his pieces have been shown in local art museums including the Las Vegas Art Museum (1998) with a First Place and “Best of Show” Gallery Placement.He has recently opened a studio, Ferric Creations, at the corner of Rainbow and Tropicana. As his workshop is off-premise, he requests that showings…
Jodi Hazen saved to Yard