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"Iron Sculpture" between metal and Art



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The  amazing creation of John Lopez
"Iron Sculpture"between Metal and Art

"I am never bored! I look forward to each new creation, and it is helping me grow and develop as an artist."

John to experiment with the style of his work and allowed him to branch out into other sculptural forms. In the midst of a successful career in bronze sculpting, John Lopez discovered this exciting new direction: scrap iron sculpting. 



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My favorite part about these pieces is the texture,” explains Lopez. “I just start grabbin’ stuff from the pile and welding it, in and if you weld enough of the same thing on over and over it creates this really cool texture that I’ve never seen in these kinds of pieces before. And I think that’s what draws people in.



 MORE INFORMATION ABOUT JOHN:
johnlopezstudio.com




Sculptor John Lopez is a product of a place. His people’s ranches are scattered along the Grand River in northwestern South Dakota—not far from where Sitting Bull was born and died. Not far from where thousands of buffalo were killed during the westward expansion of settlers and gold miners. In the bone yards of Tyrannosaurus rex and grizzly bears. Since farmers and ranchers populated this chunk of reservation land, real cowboys have been roping and branding and sheering and haying and harvesting.







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ARTICLES ABOUT JOHN
bismarcktribune.com/news/state-and-regional/scrap-iron-sculptor-has-prairie-studio
pinterest.com/lovesredwoods/metal-artist-john-lopez
boredpanda.com/welded-scrap-metal-sculptures-john-lopez












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