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Vintage or New Patio Furniture Painting

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New This Fall

Painting of Vintage or

New Campers

(Exterior Only) 651-221-0050

Retro Refinishing

Please Call for Pricing 651-221-0050

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Our Warm Minnesota

Weather is short lived,

Book your refinishing projects 

before the Rush!!

Vintage 1950's
Metal Glider
Simple
Small
Spaces
Say it
in Retro

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Refinished Vintage St. Charles Kitchen Cabinets!

Before
Before
Before
After
Vintage St. Charles Kitchen Cabinets!
Before Painting
Before Painting

Antique Coca Cola Cooler

Before Painting
Before Painting

Antique Coca Cola Cooler

After Painting
After Painting

Antique Coca Cola Cooler

Before Painting
Before Painting

Antique Coca Cola Cooler

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1950's Coca-Cola Cooler
Advanced Coating Systems Mixer
Advanced Coating Systems Mixer

Antique Mixer After, Grey

Advanced Coating Systems Mixer
Advanced Coating Systems Mixer

Antique Mixer After, Green

Advanced Coating Systems Mixer
Advanced Coating Systems Mixer

Antique Mixer After, Grey

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Kitchen Mixer's
Glider Before
Glider Before

This needed lots of work, bondo/fiberglass, sandblasting, priming and painting

Glider
Glider

Glider After Painting

Glider Before
Glider Before

This needed lots of work, bondo/fiberglass, sandblasting, priming and painting

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1940's Glider Seat
Home Crest Chair Before
Home Crest Chair Before

Before painting

Homecrest Chair Before
Homecrest Chair Before

Before Painting

Homecrest Table After
Homecrest Table After

After Painting

Home Crest Chair Before
Home Crest Chair Before

Before painting

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1950's Homecrest Pieces
Homecrest Outdoor Living
Advanced Coating Systems Chairs
Advanced Coating Systems Chairs

Refinished Bistro Chairs

Advanced Coating Systems Chairs
Advanced Coating Systems Chairs

Refinished Bistro Chairs

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Patio Chairs
Before
Before

Needs a fresh coat

After
After

Beautiful shine

After Table
After Table

Coffee table, Close up

Before
Before

Needs a fresh coat

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Patio Set
Advanced Coating Systems
Advanced Coating Systems

Before Fire Pit

Advanced Coating Systems
Advanced Coating Systems

Before Fire Pit and Rust

Advanced Coating Systems
Advanced Coating Systems

After Fire Pit

Advanced Coating Systems
Advanced Coating Systems

Before Fire Pit

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Outdoor Fireplace
Before
Before

After-Clam Shell Chairs

After
After

Clam Shell Chair

Before
Before

After-Clam Shell Chairs

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Clam Shell Chairs
Stairs Before Painting
Stairs Before Painting

We offer Sandblasting ASC 612-221-0050

Stairs After Painting
Stairs After Painting

We offer Sandblasting ASC 612-221-0050

Stairs Before Painting
Stairs Before Painting

We offer Sandblasting ASC 612-221-0050

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Spiral Stair Case
10 Years and Counting!
1952 ColdSpot Refridgerator
Chairs Before
Chairs Before

Shell Chairs Before

Chairs After
Chairs After

Great Color!

Chairs Before
Chairs Before

Shell Chairs Before

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A Pile of Lawn Chairs
Stool Before
Stool Before

Stool Before Painting

Stool After
Stool After

Stool After Painting

After
After

After Painting

Stool Before
Stool Before

Stool Before Painting

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Yard Chair

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 If it's Metal, We Can Paint it!

Art Comes in Many Forms

Dune Buggy Frames

ACS Dune Buggy
ACS Dune Buggy

Very Cool Frame

ACS Dune Buggy
ACS Dune Buggy

Very Cool Frame

ACS Dune Buggy
ACS Dune Buggy

Very Cool Frame

ACS Dune Buggy
ACS Dune Buggy

Very Cool Frame

ACS Dune Buggy
ACS Dune Buggy

Very Cool Frame

ACS Dune Buggy
ACS Dune Buggy

Very Cool Frame

ACS Dune Buggy
ACS Dune Buggy

If it's Metal ACS can Paint it!

ACS Dune Buggy
ACS Dune Buggy

If it's Metal ACS can Paint it!

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party bus
party bus

If it's Metal ACS can Paint it!

party bus
party bus

If it's Metal ACS can Paint it!

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 Metal Art Pieces

Our Customer said he got these from the Dominican Republic, made out of 55 Gallon Drums. 

We Sandblasted each piece and Applied a Gloss Clear Coat

ACS Customer Art

ACS Customer Art

Metal Art, sandblasted then Clear Coated

ACS Customer Art

ACS Customer Art

Metal Art, Sandblasted then Clear Coated

ACS Customer Art

ACS Customer Art

Metal Art Sandblasted then Clear Coated

ACS Customer Art

ACS Customer Art

Metal Art, Sandblasted then Clear Coated

ACS Customer Art

ACS Customer Art

Metal Art, Sandblasted then Clear Coated

ACS Customer Art

ACS Customer Art

Metal Art, Sandblasted then Clear Coated

ACS Customer Art

ACS Customer Art

Metal Art, Sandblasted then Clear Coated

10 Reasons Why is Art Important?

1. Arts improves your creativity skills.

Whether it is cooking, painting or music, we do art as if its our own.

2. Arts gives you joy.

I smile whenever I sing my favorite song. Any kind of art can give you so much happiness.

3. Arts relieves stress.

Don't you go to another world when you just sing or listen to a favourite tune?

4. Arts gives you the opportunity to showcase your talent.

5. Arts gives you confidence.

When I sing or perform, I feel so good about myself. I feel there are no worries, hence I perform confidently.

 

Twin Cities Artist

Metal Feathers
Metal Feathers

Finished Metal Feathers

Metal Feathers
Metal Feathers

Raw Metal Feather

Metal Feathers
Metal Feathers

Finished art on Fencing

Metal Feathers
Metal Feathers

Finished Metal Feathers

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Perpetual Motion
Before Perpetual Motion
Before Perpetual Motion

Sculpture on Campus

Before Perpetual Motion
Before Perpetual Motion

Campus Sculpture

After Perpetual Motion
After Perpetual Motion

Campus Sculpture

Before Perpetual Motion
Before Perpetual Motion

Sculpture on Campus

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Painted in Our Shop

  Involution 111  

6. Arts helps you do well academically.

Trust me, just a few hours of art will help you relieve stress and give you happiness. With that your mind will be clear, and that would help you focus on your studies, and that would help you get good grades. If you don't do art for few hours, your mind would be stressed and you wouldn't be able to focus and do well.

7. Arts helps you to communicate with other people.

I connect with people through music. I have met most of my friends because of music.

8. Arts helps you learn visually

Thanks to art, I have become a visual learner. Learning Visually helped me a lot in studies.

9. Arts helps you to express your emotions

I use singing to showcase my emotions, whether I am happy, sad or angry. And above all...

10. Art is a different language

Art says things that even words cannot say. You don't need a language to understand Art. Just a small painting, or a food item, or improvising a tune or a step, can express a lot of things without words.

Local Female Welder/Artist

Balcony Railing
Balcony Railing

Installing Railing after being Painted.

Balcony Railing
Balcony Railing

Installed on this Beautiful house!

Ornamental Railing
Ornamental Railing

Cart of Ornamental Railing

Balcony Railing
Balcony Railing

Installing Railing after being Painted.

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Involution 111
Involution 111

Campus Sculpture

Involution 111
Involution 111

Campus Sculpture

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  Involution 111  

Painted On-Site

The Traveling Turnstyle!

Turn Style Before
Turn Style Before

Turn Style

Turn Style Before
Turn Style Before

Turn Style

Turn Style
Turn Style

Turn Style

Turn Style Before
Turn Style Before

Turn Style

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This sculpture reveals Stillman's passion for working with Kinetic sculpture, and the study of slow motion with different geometric and organic shapes relating with each other. The shapes pass over each other, creating different positive and negative images and space, with ever-changing combinations. 

- See more at: http://www.uiu.edu/about/sculpturetour/perpetual-motion.html#sthash.JU8Tl80W.dpuf

The sculpture executed in blue steel, is a series of interlocking ovals and stands 12 feet high. It is the last work created by the sculptor, whose death occurred shortly before the installation of Involution III. The piece evokes the concept of involution, which is defined as "the act of enfolding or entangling, an involvement." - See more at: http://www.uiu.edu/about/sculpturetour/involution.html