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- Architectural Ironwork Meilach, Dona Z.$49.95
Architectural Ironwork presents over 375 spectacular examples from more that 100 of today's top blacksmiths. Focusing on the renaissance in artistic blacksmithing Meilach presents a vast array of ironwork recently commissioned for contemporary, commercial, and residential buildings, as people become more aware of the versatility of iron today. Architectural Ironwork showcases over 375 spectacular examples of work from more that 100 of today's top blacksmiths, supplemented with historical works from 15 countries.
Format: Hardcover. Dimensions: 11" x 8 1/2" Pages: 256 Illustrations: 286Learn More
- Contemporary Blacksmith, The Meilach, Dona Z.$49.95
The Contemporary Blacksmith, brings together over 500 works by nearly 200 artist-craftsmen from 16 countries to illustrate the unprecedented activity in modern ironwork. Meilach shows how metal work has blossomed into a serious art form over the past twenty five years. She introduces some of the men and women who are fascinated by smithing, and why and how the act of manipulating metal becomes such a powerful muse. You could easily be inspired to pick up a hammer and try your hand at this ancient art form gone modern.
Format: Hardcover. Dimensions: 11" x 8.75" Pages: 256 Illustrations: 538Learn More
- From Fire To Form Clarke, Mathew S$50.00
Sculpture from the Modern Blacksmith and Metalsmith
A striking display of artworks produced by today's leading blacksmiths and metal smiths. Works for private homes, public places presented here are created by John Medwedeff, Nathan Blank, Tony Higdon, Erika Strecker, and Zachary Nobel. Also included are ornamental vases, bowls, plates, and containers as well as gates, railings, furniture, and lighting.
Format: Hardcover. Dimensions: 11" x 8.5" Pages: 256 Illustrations: 521 colorLearn More
- Heritage In Iron, A Routson, Rafael$45.00
Blacksmiths have been an essential part of the development of global civilization for thousands of years. Initially forging rudimentary tools and weapons, their work transitioned to more sophisticated tools, agricultural implements, and instruments of war. The Industrial Revolution reduced the need for the blacksmiths' work and hence slowed the development of their craft. The renaissance of the last 30 years was led by individuals such as Francis Whitaker whose dedication to the craft inspired many to learn the art and techniques of blacksmithing. Whitaker and a few of his students forged the beautiful, functional ironwork for two ranches in southwest Colorado in this book. A Heritage in Iron, earned, in 2004, the PubWest Publishers Association of the West Winner's Award and 10 pages in the Architectural Digest. Featured throughout are hand-forged fixtures, fireplaces, tools, and includes 200 color and historical photos. An Independent Publisher IP Award Finalist. Index.
Format: Hardcover. Dimensions: 12" x 10.75" Pages: 215 Illustrations: 200Learn More
- Ironwork Today 3 Snyder, Jeffrey B$50.00
In Ironwork Today 3, over 450 color photos provide a sweeping overview of the amazing range of iron artwork created by 82 of today's artist-blacksmiths. These works in metal are found in public spaces, offices, and homes. The pieces, discussed by the artists who made them, include sculpture, gates, railings, furniture, lighting fixtures, doors, locks, and much more.
Format: Hardback Dimentions: 11 1/4 x 9 3/4 Pages: 255 Illustrations: 450Learn More
- Lives Shaped by Steel Zastrow, Nancy$34.50
Celebrating East Coast Outdoor Metal Artists
This series of interviews introduces some artist who have shaped steel and had their lives shaped by it. It celebrates people who are passionate about metal, and about the way this passion has been translated into lasting beauty. The book is arranged by geographic area, and the artists are listed in alphabetical order.
Format: Softcover. Dimensions: 11" x 8.5" Pages: 248 Illustrations: 300 colorLearn More
- Metalworking Sink or Swim Lipton, Tom$45.50
Tom Lipton, in Metalworking, Sink or Swim, provides a journeyman's collection of priceless tips, tricks, skills, and experiences for machinists, welders and fabricators that will help you work better and work faster!
Tom learned to weld at the tender age of nine and has worked in many different job shops that required machine and sheet metal work, along with welding fabrication skills, in industries that encompass consumer product development, laboratory equipment, medical devices, and custom machinery design.
He has been awarded six U.S. patents for unique designs.
Format: Soft cover; Dimentions: 8 1/2" x 11"; Pages: 305; Illustrations: 1,000 full-color photos.Learn More
- Moving Metal Steines, Adolph$32.95
The Art of Chasing and Repoussé
This book is a long overdue treat for blacksmiths, sculptors, and all artists of metalwork. It has information on chasing and repoussé in greater depth and detail than any other volume available in the English language today. A valuable resource for both the professional and the hobbyist. Translated from German
Format: Hardcover. Dimensions: 8" x 10" Pages: 131 Illustrations: 107+111Learn More