The Art of Metal

While welding metal is most popular for fabrication, it's so much more than that - it is an art. Welding metal takes skill, precision, patience, and creativity. In many cases, welding takes nothing but sheets of metal and turns it into something beautiful and strong! Even more importantly, while welding is beneficial for its strength, it's also highly admired for its beauty. If you didn't realize this, we want to show you all of the reasons welding & metal can be considered beautiful.

Images On Steel

This is one of our newest endeavors! We etch images into the steel, and we can do just about anything. There are many fun ways you can use this skill to create art and beauty in your home. Whether you choose an image from a special time like your wedding or choose to have an image that represents something you love, like a great view or a pet - we can help. This is only one way that metal can be turned into art. We don't use welds to create this art, we actually carve the image into the metal - but it is a way to use metal in your home for artistic purposes.


Custom Fabrication

Custom fabrication can be used for practical items like targets, equipment, and more - but it can also be used to create beauty! At Augello's Welding, we can use a combination of drafting and creativity to help you invent something beautiful and unique. Do you need to create a custom sign at the Lake of the Ozarks? We can help you create the design and then custom fabricate something exactly the way you nee it. Stair railings are another popular way to use a combination of metal works and welding to create something beautiful. The metal can then be powder coated to give it a great finish.

Indoor Art

Did you know that welded metal can be used as decor indoors? It may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but metal can match so many different styles. It's modern, rustic, and industrial, but it can also be classy, luxurious, and contemporary. One of the biggest ways we see people use metal indoors is through stair railing at the Lake of the Ozarks. The advantage to metal railings is that they are both strong and beautiful. Plus, the sky is the limit when it comes to metal railings. You can have many different designs worked into the piece, from twisted metal to scrolls and other shapes. Railings are one of the more popular ways to use metal indoors, but of course, there are others. There are the images on steel that we mentioned above, along with other created fabrications. You could incorporate metal designs into custom cabinets and shelves, or even have a custom piece created to decorate your walls. The possibilities are endless.


Outdoor Art

The same way that metal can be used indoors, it can be used out as well. Many choose to use outdoor metal art for stair railings on their balconies, pool fencing and more. Just remember that if you'll be using it outside, you'll want to choose the color carefully. Dark colors can become incredibly hot to the touch. Another popular and beautiful way to use metal outdoors is for custom created metal signs and statue pieces. You could use a could also use a combination of welding and images on steel to create a memorial for someone that you loved.

Metal Art at the Lake of the Ozarks

From welding to metal etching, Augello Welding is here to help you create the things you've been envisioning. If you're looking for a welder at the Lake of the Ozarks who can help you with your creations, you've come to the right place. Large or small, easy or complicated, I can assist you from beginning to end. Let's fill your home with beautiful metal art that shows off your personality while also being a strong statement in your home. Visit our website to learn more about our work, or give us a call to get started!

 

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