Welcome to Eco-Art Creative Metal Recycling, where cast-off, discarded,
scrapped metals find new life through the imagination of
artist Tim Pace. Working in the medium of found art
metal sculpture, Tim creates unique sculptures by
welding together recycled metals. Materials used include
farm implements, tools, car parts, cutlery, industrial
scrap, swing sets, trampoline frames and springs, just
to mention a few! With such an array of resources,
is no limit to what can be created. Many times the
materials themselves dictate what the outcome will be.
One goal in the creative process is not to distort the
recycled object so that it may still be recognized.
Eco-Art sculptures were first designed solely as
garden art. It was soon discovered that many pieces
never made it into the garden and found homes on
mantels, bookcases, hearths and coffee tables. Eco-Art
pieces range in size from objects that easily fit on the
desktop to very tall items that can be displayed as
garden art or home décor. Some pieces of Eco-Art
are functional, including business card holders,
holders and wine racks. All pieces are
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Library in Jackson, Tennessee
at a time so that no two are alike. Each piece is signed
and numbered by the artist.
Eco-Art is available at Tim’s gallery and studio located in Finger, Tennessee; at regional art and craft shows; in the gift shop of the National Ornamental Metal Museum, Memphis, Tennessee; at the Mississippi Crafts Center, Ridgeland, Mississippi; and in the Corinth Artist Guild Gallery, Corinth, Mississippi.
Eco-Art pieces on permanent display may be seen at the Jackson-Madison County Library in Jackson, Tennessee; at The Children’s Museum of the Shoals in Florence, Alabama; and in the Children’s Learning Center, “My Big Backyard,” at the Memphis Botanic Gardens in Memphis, Tennessee.
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