Sadlemire Sculpture Unveiled in Boeing S.C. Welcome Center

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In honor of Boeing Day in Horry County, South Carolina, and in recognition of Boeing’s 100th anniversary, artists Tommy Davis and Robert Saddlemire presented an original painting and metal sculpture to We Are Boeing SC. Representatives from the Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation, South Carolina Department of Commerce, Horry Georgetown Technical College, Horry County Early College High School, Business Education Expectations (BE2), Coastal Carolina University and SC Works Waccamaw attended the event.

 Artist Statement:
To inspire and symbolize the foundation of flight through the representation of the airfoil was my intention in the creation of the Boeing sculpture. The goal is for the future of Boeing here in Horry County and the growth of our young and talented individuals. Many thanks to all those involved for the honor to be apart of the Boeing Welcome Center in South Carolina.
Robert Sadlemire

Boeing Sculpture

Sadlemire Sculpture Wins First Place!

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Sadlemire’s Sculpture Wins First Place Peoples Choice Awards at the Public Art Exhibition Hilton Head Island S.C.

Natures Journey by Artist Robert Sadlemire – Myrtle Beach, SC – Metal – 9’ x 10’ x 5’

Artist Statement – This sculpture entitled “Natures Journey” is a visual symbol reflecting the collective efforts of the individuals working together objectively to save an endangered species. Expressing the desire to insure the survival of this majestic beloved world traveler is my intent.

The mechanical process and freedom of forming ridged metal into a representational image that appears to be in floating in motion; to inspire and evoke thoughts is my objective in this art statement.

As if frozen in time, this sculpture will stand as a tribute and an inspirational symbol of love for all those who have helped in the sea turtles journey and its survival!

As a metal artist and fabricator, form and motion has been an obsession through out my processes over the years. I have had a long time interest and curiosity in inventing my own machines, allowing me to take something as hard and cold as metal and turn it into a soft and fluid almost seemingly impossible work of art.

My mechanical curiosity and desire of manipulating metals from functional to conceptual, has been the common denominator from the very beginning. I have created and invented methods and machines that shape metal into works of art. Over the years my work has evolved from exploring representational imagery, making steel seems as if it is soft and flowing using my signature spiral techniques to the now conceptual geometric motion sculptures.

When I am commissioned for a project, there is an excitement to solve the vision using my mechanical experiences and methods of structural theory. I have had a mechanical freedom in my soul that has grounded my conceptual thoughts, with the discipline of the reality of metal.

The exploration is to unfold my creative process into works of art that can explain known and unknown mysteries of the life’s struggle.

Natures Journey

Robert Sadlemire – Myrtle Beach, SC
Metal – 9’ x 10’ x 5’

My name is Robert Sadlemire and I am a conceptual structuralist, metal artist. With more than 30 years of metal fabricating experience, I specializes in custom built grand staircases, gates, historic restorations, replicas and monumental public sculptures.

I have designed and created such works as the iconic sculptural ship replica at the historic Charles Towne Landing in Charleston, S.C., a recreation of a 40 ft historical cornice for the Lower County Council of Savannah, and an early 1800s cornice replica on top of the Williams- Sonoma Building located on King St in Charleston, S.C. My most recent sculpture is an Earth Sphere Water Sculpture located at the Sumter Technical College in Sumter, S.C. and a 24 ft contemporary monumental sculpture for the Horry Georgetown Technical College in Conway.

My goal as an artist and metal fabricator is to work personally with each client, discovering the aesthetics and goals for the project, ensuring a finished work that fulfills the desired aspirations and delivers a unique product created by artistic integrity, quality construction and craftsmanship.

Statement – This sculpture entitled “Natures Journey” is a visual symbol reflecting the collective efforts of the individuals working together objectively to save an endangered species. Expressing the desire to insure the survival of this majestic beloved world traveler is my intent.

The mechanical process and freedom of forming ridged metal into a representational image that appears to be in floating in motion; to inspire and evoke thoughts is my objective in this art statement.

As if frozen in time, this sculpture will stand as a tribute and an inspirational symbol of love for all those who have helped in the sea turtles journey and its survival!

As a metal artist and fabricator, form and motion has been an obsession through out my processes over the years. I have had a long time interest and curiosity in inventing my own machines, allowing me to take something as hard and cold as metal and turn it into a soft and fluid almost seemingly impossible work of art.

My mechanical curiosity and desire of manipulating metals from functional to conceptual, has been the common denominator from the very beginning. I have created and invented methods and machines that shape metal into works of art. Over the years my work has evolved from exploring representational imagery, making steel seems as if it is soft and flowing using my signature spiral techniques to the now conceptual geometric motion sculptures.

When I am commissioned for a project, there is an excitement to solve the vision using my mechanical experiences and methods of structural theory. I have had a mechanical freedom in my soul that has grounded my conceptual thoughts, with the discipline of the reality of metal.

The exploration is to unfold my creative process into works of art that can explain known and unknown mysteries of the life’s struggle.

See MoreHigh Res. of Sadlemire Natures Journey

Horry-Georgetown Technical College Sculpture

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“So often, a simple thank you seems inadequate to fully express one’s gratitude. Yet, we trust you recognize the heartfelt appreciation we express for the sculpture you so meticulously crafted for the new Engineering Building on our Conway Campus. Simply stated, you work was exemplary and exceeded our every expectation. Viewers frequently comment that the sculpture not only reflects the academic programs in the new building but invites one to contemplate greater meanings and pursue new possibilities. To this end, your art work has captured the very essence of our institution. On behalf of Horry-Georgetown Technical College, please accept our sincere thanks and appreciation for developing such a remarkable addition to our campus. It was a pleasure to work with such a talented artist, and especially one who tirelessly labored to incorporate our wishes into their design while meeting both time and budgetary constraints. These qualities truly distinguish you from your peers, and we are forever grateful.”

H. Neyle Wilson President Horry-Georgetown Technical College
Horry Georgetown Sculpture

Sculptures by Sadlemire Video

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SADLEMIRE METAL CUSTOM DESIGNS AND INSTALLATIONS

"Security with Style" Sadlemire Security Doors and Window Treatments

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photo (3)SADLEMIRE METAL NOW OFFERING DECORATIVE CUSTOM METAL SECURITY DOORS AND WINDOW TREATMENTS FOR YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS.

“ENHANCING THE BEAUTY OF YOUR HOME WHILE SUPPLYING YOU WITH ULTIMATE IN SECURITY”

 

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Newest Sculpture Entitled "The Journey"

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   This sculpture entitled “The Journey” is a visual symbol reflecting the collective efforts of the individuals working together objectively to save an endangered species. Expressing the desire to insure the survival of this majestic beloved world traveler is my intent.The mechanical process and freedom of forming ridged metal into a representational image that appears to be in floating in motion; to inspire and evoke thoughts is my objective in this art statement. As a metal artist and fabricator, form and motion has been an obsession through out my processes over the years. I have had a long time interest and curiosity in inventing my own machines, allowing me to take something as hard and cold as metal and turn it into a soft and fluid almost seemingly impossible work of art. As if frozen in time, this sculpture will stand as a tribute and an inspirational symbol of love for all those who have helped in the sea turtles journey and its survival!

 #1 Sadlemire    The JourneyRobert Sadlemire

Sadlemire Metal's Commericial Sculptural Signage

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Commercial Sculptural Signage by Sadlemire Metal www.sadlemire.com

Commercial Sculptural Signage by Sadlemire Metal
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Sadlemire's Earth Sphere Water Sculpture

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Public Sculptures by Robert Sadlemire

Video of Custom Metal Works by Robert Sadlemire

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CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE LATEST VIDEO OF CUSTOM METAL WORKS BY METAL ARTIST ROBERT SADLEMIRE

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> Caleb Boyd of Tyson Sign Company steadies the nearly 1,500-pound aluminum Sadlemire Metal sculpture in front of the new engineering building at the Conway campus of Horry-Georgetown Technical College on Thursday, Aug. 1, 2013. Photo by Janet Blackmon Morgan / jblackmon@thesunnews.com JANET BLACKMON MORGAN — jblackmon@thesunnews.com Read more here: http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/2013/08/01/3620373/sculpture-at-hgtc.html#storylink=cpy

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SADLEMIRE COMPLETES NEW SCULPTURE FOR HGTC

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Sadlemire’s completes a 20ft, 1000 pound aluminum sculpture for the Horry Georgetown Technical Collage  to stand as a icon for their new engineering and architectural building. To get a glimpse of the sculpture it can been seen in front of Sadlemire Metal 707 Seaboard Street all next week before being craned to its new location at which time it will be installed vertically with added accent lighting.

Sadlemire Custom Metal Art

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With over 25 years of experience, this art form of working with steel and aluminum is mesmerizing.  Materials that are so cold, unbending, rigid and unforgiving, until they are made to appear fluid and graceful in the talented hands of metal artist and sculptor Robert Sadlemire. Through his many years of trial and error, not only has he been able to master bending steel but to curl and weave it, bringing the metals to a new level of inspirational functional art.

20ft School of Fish Sculpture

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Sadlemire Metal completes 20ftx12ft sculpture consisting of over 300 raw aluminum sculpted fish, suspended from the ceiling in the center of the Wicked Tuna Restaurant in Murrells Inlet S.C.

Sadlemire’s Monumental Metal Sculptures and Commercial Signage makes a powerful and long lasting statement.  From Iconic Entrance Signs, Public Sculptures, Historic Renderings to Commercial Applications we take pride in designing and creating a trade mark look that your customers and public will take notice of and remember.  With over two decades of experience, let renown artist, builder and metal sculptor Robert Sadlemire help you to achieve your corporate vision.

“Quality – Integrity – Innovation”

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Tree of Hope for Carolina Regional Cancer Center

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Robert Sadlemire, a sculptor and artist, was commissioned to create a sculpture that would symbolize the hope of all cancer patients. Sadlemire said, I chose the Low country oak tree as its roots go deep in the ground and yet its leaves dance in the wind.
Sadlemire sculpted the tree completely out of aluminum; it has a strong, solid trunk—capable of holding many branches and over 400 leaves.
Robert Sadlemire is a conceptual structuralist, sculptor and artist who traveled internationally studying carpentry, painting, and sculpting. He prides himself on delivering a unique product that is marked by artistic integrity, quality construction, and above all, function. Sadlemire specializes in all types of artistic and functional metal works, from Grand Staircases and Railings to Unique Metal Sculptures as well as Commercial Applications.
You may view Robert’s work by visiting his website at www.sadlemire.com. Contact him personally at  (843) 267-4894
And the Hope continues to grow with additional leave recently added for more cancer survivors!

Custom Commercial Metal Works

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Grand Staircases completed for the New Bank of America in Columbia S.C.

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Sadlemire completes staircase for the new Bank of America in Columbia S.C.

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Bank of America Staircase

Commerical Staircases

35ft Historical Cornice for downtown Charleston S.C.

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Sadlemire Metal Custom Designs and Installations completes a 35ft historical cornice replica from 1891, on Kings St. Charleston S.C.

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Sadlemire completes 30ft Free Floating Sculpture

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Now completed Sadlemire’s 30ft Free Floating Prayer Flag Sculpture for

30ft Floating Flag Sculpture

private estate home in prestigious Kiawah Island S.C.

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