Copper Phoenix Art
Copper Fountains, Sculpture, Art, and More
Finely Crafted for Residential and Commercial Customers
Queen Creek, Arizona
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Copper LArge Scale Fountain Gallery 1
Crystalline Shaped Abstract Form Water Fountain
See Design Sketch Slideshow After photo Galleries for more copper water fountain possibilities, and the waterfall page as extra large pieces can also be made smaller...
Copper LArge Scale Fountain Gallery 2
Design Sketch Slideshow
Large Scale Indoor/Outdoor Floor Standing Copper Water Fountains
I strive to create each water fountain to be its absolute best, with the concept of it sounding as pretty as it looks, since that is half the art of a water feature. These go great anywhere, be it a covered patio setting, atrium, by a pool, courtyard, foyer, and entryways. Designed for business or home locations. Each piece is handmade by myself, with various metal working techniques used such as low to high relief sculpting, torch coloring, and adding special chemical treatments to bring out the copper's natural oxidation or patina.
These are quite large water features ranging in size from 24-30" inches in diameter and 48" inches tall. All are made handmade from 100% copper. Prices can vary from approximately $900.00 to $3000.00+ depending on size, time involved and/or the level detail in the art.
They're cut, hammered, brazed with a gas torch, and specialty oxidized colors are added on top of the copper to bring out the natural patinas the metal develops over time. These are self-contained water features and require no constant water supply hooked up to them -- though they can be adapted to have one by any plumbing professional, etc. Each piece comes plug-in ready with its pump attached. Gallon per hour varies in flow from 150 to 300+ gph. Comprehensive fountain care instructions and the best recommendations are included as well. They each take a healthy amount of overall water volume which allows them to function for long periods of time with out the need to fill them too often. Additionally, although copper is very strong, it is relatively light weight compared to other fountain materials, and so these pieces have the option to be stored, or moved with relative ease to a new location. Accessories can be added to fountains, such as but not limited to: submersible lights, on/off pump switches, and more...
At the end of the page here is a little sketch slideshow that shows other possible fountain ideas, and I still have a lot more to add, so there are many possibilities...
Thanks for viewing. If I can be of any help please let me know.