• Metal ART

    by Wayne Chaudiere

    revealing the softer side of cold hard steel

  • An unexpected relationship

    Experience the harmony of reclaimed heavy metal and the Northwest landscape.

    Wayne Chaudiere, dyed-in-the-wool outdoorsman, breathes spirit into reclaimed steel, guided by his deep reverence for nature. With rugged elegance, sculptures of steel and stone converge with our majestic surroundings to reveal an unexpectedly intuitive relationship.

     

    Choose from small, medium and large pieces for your space. Local delivery and installation by arrangement.

     

    Contact

    Wayne Chaudiere

    (360) 319-7508

    MetalART@WayneChaudiere.com

     

  • Exhibitions

    Where to meet the Artist and see his work.

    Lummi Island Studio Tour

    at the Cedar Avenue Sculpture Garden

    The Lummi Island Studio Tour takes place over Memorial, Labor and Vetran's day long weekends-- typically Saturday and Sundays.

    by Private Appointment

    on Seacrest Drive, Lummi Island

    For arrangements call (360) 319-7508 or email MetalART@WayneChaudiere.com.

     

    Town of La Conner 2016 Sculpture Exhibition

    "Cloud Buster"

    "Cloud Buster" displayed in "Dirty Biter" Plaza in La Conner, WA.


    "The Arts Commission selects new sculptures, on a competitive basis, and exhibits them on a walking tour throughout La Conner. These impressive works, on loan from sculptors around the Northwest, are for exhibit and for sale. The proceeds from sales are used to purchase public art for the Town of La Conner. "Crossing Point" at the Skagit County Historical Museum; "Apple Tree" and "Spirit Wheel" near Maple Hall are examples of public art the Town owns. The Arts Commission manages La Conner's permanent collection of art and sculptures."

    2015 National Reuse Contest Winner

    "Good Tillage"

    ""Third Place goes to Wayne Chaudiere of Lummi Island, Washington, for his counter intuitively elegant GOOD TILLAGE TABLE. A farming conservationist and farm-to-table supporter, Wayne found inspiration in an old plow, pulled from deep in a farm junk pile. Turned upside down, the plow became a table base. Following grinder touch-ups, acid baths and linseed oil rubs, Wayne engineered a solid, harmonious footing from metal scraps, then finished off the table with a reclaimed glass top. His entry was submitted through The RE Store in Bellingham.""

    http://www.thereusepeople.org/content/announcing-2015-national-reuse-contest-winners

     

  • Please make contact!

    Call Wayne at (360) 319-7508 or message him below.