Hey Dion, how's the work up in Idaho? I used to live out by "Birds of Prey" off Cole rd. in Boise. Left about 10 yrs. ago after bringing Stamped Concrete to the area. The area wasn't quite ready for stamped and stained concrete then, so I left after 6 yrs. of not getting enough high end stuff to survive. I hope the market is better now for you.Why don't you post some pics, luv to see your work. Hank Arend
The work in Idaho has been real crappy for a while. I have decided to start this new business and get back to what I believe I am supposed to do, and that is be an artist. I love the construction industry and I have never been so excited about anything I have ever done in my career! I am looking very forward to this new venture!
I will be posting pics soon. I have been very busy getting everything in order lately, been working on a couple carvings. I cant wait till I get a little more efficient at carving. I think I am spending to much time on each stone??????
Talk to you soon
Thanks for the comments.I have not really thought about selling the castings at this time.I am just working and experimenting with different materials to see what works. I made the mold with some liquid latex and brushed it on the original piece in numerous layers.I think it was about 23 to 25 layers.It is a time consuming process but its fun to play around with.I was just trying to come up with something unique and creative.
I checked out your photos of the fireplace you did.It looks great!You seem to be catching on really fast!Best of luck to you!
It was great chattin with you on the webinar the other night. I hope to one day work along side of you on a project with Thom. Keep up the great work and hopefully we will be calling you soon to help us out on a nice size project.
Hi Dion I always hear really good things about you , I hope one day we can work toguerter in a project , keep your great work , I m really impressed with the details and passion you put in you jobs , See you Soon boddy .
Dion, I am sure glad I listen to you and went to the organ training sem. I had a blast and opened my eyes to so much Not mentioning the friends i made and contacts . Well worth the investment. Thank you man.
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