Who’s going to let a little rain stop them? Not the new woman in town in Bremerton, Washington. Dave and I recently delivered our 6-foot sculpture Despite the Rain to Pam Bykonen, Arts Commission clerk for Bremerton and our main contact for the project.
Dave and I view our business as an extension of who we are, so it only makes sense that we extend our passion for sustainability to the work we do. Cobalt Designworks contributes to the health and well-being of Mother Earth in a myriad of ways: Our heirloom-quality architectural metalworks will last for generations. Metal [...]
Many of you have been keeping up with our driveway gate project for owners of a new lavender farm in Woodinville, WA (Woodinville Lavender). We recently installed it and wanted to share pictures of the final work of art. The steel frame is powder coated with a faux rust color texture. The steel panels have [...]
We are officially bi-coastal! We installed this railing for my mother & stepfather over the holidays in Durham, North Carolina. We’re quite relieved that all the pieces survived the freight trip and that our long-distance measuring proved accurate. For the story behind the railing, click here. ( Note the nice NC sunshine in December — [...]
As we wind down from several architectural projects that have been keeping us hopping, Dave and I are finding the mental space and time to focus on sculpture. I’ve been busily applying for calls-for-artists (’tis the season) while Dave’s been refining some of my sculpture designs using Rhino 3-d modeling software. Lately I’ve been hot on making [...]