Daniel & Frances Hedblom | Rochester, MN


The art of flame painting is a unique process of torch work.  The heat from the torch causes the copper to patina into beautiful colors. There are no chemicals, paints, acids, or stains used in this process. Unique grinding techniques are done before the heat is applied causing a shimmering effect to the art when light is applied. The copper is then wrapped around a custom built curved wood frame.  After the piece is finished it is sealed with a special finish to prevent patina while also offering a UV protectant so that the piece may be displayed in the sun.

Announcement: Welcome!

Although the event is still the third week in July Fair days have changed to Thursday through Sunday  Please join us for the 2018 Art Fair Thursday July 19 – Sunday July 22! “Diversity, Live it on South U.” Located on the south edge of the U of M campus, the South University Area is […]