More metal art - this time from Tin Fish Studios

By Hypertherm
Posted on 14/07/2017 in SPARK the blog, Plasma cutting

Our post from last week titled "Authentic art from two Austin sisters" resulted in some great connections with other women business owners and metal artists.

Here's another artist, Nicola H├ębert of Tin Fish Studios in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. She's been creating metal art since 2004 and has even had her art featured and sold in Costco, the big wholesale shopping club.

All along, Nicola has used Hypertherm. She has a couple of different systems, a Powermax600, predecessor to the Powermax45, which she uses with a hand cutting torch, and a Powermax1000, predecessor to our Powermax65, hooked up to a PlasmaCAM CNC table.

Her husband writes, "She is such a hard worker with a true passion and love for her art ."  You can see some of Nicola's work below, and much more (metal in addition to glass and other mediums) at www.tinfishstudios.com.

Tin Fish collage

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