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  • Ronald Isom

    Cal Lane turns mundane objects into beautiful art with a plasma cutter. There’s a lot more at the artist’s website including some sweet rust drawings and oil barrels.

  • Caryn Kohler

    Love you more, Love you better: Lace details....

  • Heidi Remich

    Would so love one of these! Cal Lane, sculptor and welder, turns ordinary objects into lacy fantasies. With a blow torch / on TTL Design

  • Yummy & Company

    wow! Using her trusty blowtorch, artist and welder Cal Lane burns delicate lace-like patterns into reclaimed steel objects. She says she thinks of the original materials - such as shovels, manhole covers, dumpsters, wheelbarrows and i-beams - as “male” because of their industrial nature. Lane enjoys pushing the dichotomy of feminine and masculine by combining patterns of domesticity with these cold, harsh symbols of masculine blue collar labor.

  • Jazmine Daisy

    Gardenhistorygirl Garden sculpture

  • Annicka Borges

    Gorgeous lacy metal sculptures

  • Christine Cottrell

    gardening tools!

  • Anamika

    Artist Cal Lane cuts lace patterns into old metal.

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