flowers and artist in bloom

I can’t say enough about the women ┬átaking my class. They take the initiative when needed, They want to understand the science behind the things we are doing. Their creativity is amazing, I have learnt a lot from them. Looking back on my pipe welding career,I would be proud to had worked with them on any project.


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About Thewelder

After serving 4 years in the Marine Corp from 1963-67 when I got home I started an apprenticeship with the plumbers union, Part of my training was learning the basics of welding. I immediately took to it and have been doing it ever since.I have welded around the country in a lot of the nuclear, and major power plants. I always thought of using my welding skills and applying them to creating art. I love working with the different steels and manipulating them with welding or forging. I am retired now from power plants but still love what I do, forming metal, all my birds and fish are started with a solid block of steel and then ground down to shape. They take a lot of time so in-between all that grinding I try to have fun with some lawn art and furniture. I now live in Northwest Montana, How can you not do art surrounded by all this beauty and inspiration.

1 thought on “flowers and artist in bloom

  1. I heard only good things about your teaching, Terry. Hope you decide to offer more welding classes in the valley. Thanks for sharing your skills!

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