A special piece of metal art designed for Baltimoreans, or former Baltimoreans, or people who went to college in Maryland: a Natty Boh metal art silhouette. Display Mr Boh inside or out, and keep an eye (get it, an eye!) on him when you drink the local (but not made here) beer.
Find Natty Boh here.
While I'm still processing the hearing yesterday and listening to more of it today, I wanted today's Friday Photo to feature a strong female presence. I don't have any pieces with human woman, but I do have a great mermaids. And, Three Stone Steps' carries not one, but two mermaid menorahs!
In honor of strong women, I present two mermaid menorah. While they're not human, they do represent female solidarity. You can find this piece here. Other menorahs and more Judaica are right here.
We've carried this piece for years now. It's a personal favorite and many customers adore it, too.
Part of the reason I like it is, because I'm a native Baltimorean of a certain age, I remember a great little blues bar called No Fish Today. It's been long gone. Gone for decades even. But, I remember the bar and remember their logo. It was a fish head and bones. It's just like this great recycled oil drum piece.
Whether or not you remember a blues bar in Baltimore (so much alliteration!), it's hard not to love this piece of recycled oil drum art from Haiti. Great to display in a kitchen or out on the deck.
We often get asked if the pieces of our metal art are all one of a kind, and we answer yes, all pieces are individually handcrafted, but they work off of a template. Today's Friday Photo is a closer look at one of the templates as it gets traced on the lid of used oil drum.
Want to see other steps in this art making process? We have additional photos here, and videos, too.
It's a simple yet not simple metal art Friday Photo. This fabulous cephalopod has many fans, and it will be a great piece of steel drum art on your wall, inside or as outdoor decor.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.