Posted in Bicycle art, Bicycle Part Art, bike art, Recycled/Found Material, Steel on April 15, 2014 by troyneiman

 

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Sage Grouse

17″x12″x12″

Bicycle parts and scrap materials

Greater Sage-Grouse population to decline from 16 million 100 years ago to between 200,000 and 500,000 today due to residential and building and energy development.  This was a commission for a man who has spent much of his life fighting to turn around the decline.

Watch a video of the unique strut display

USS Rigida

Posted in Artwork Donated to Organizations, Bicycle art, Bicycle Part Art, bike art, Recycled/Found Material, Steel with tags , , on February 3, 2014 by troyneiman

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USS Rigida, Recycle Bicycle Parts and Steel, 46″x42”x14” SOLD

BICAS Art Auction returns for the 18th annual celebration of bicycle inspired art!

Posted in Artwork Donated to Organizations, Bicycle art, Bicycle Part Art, bike art, Recycled/Found Material, Steel with tags , , on November 19, 2013 by troyneiman

USS RigidaThis model of a sailing ship is made from recycled bicycle parts.  At the time of this photo it is unfinished.  Still have some details to work out.  This will be auctioned off at the 18th ANNUAL BICAS ART AUCTION FUNDRAISER, DEC 6th and 7th 2013.  Learn more at www.bicas.org

 

Agave Bike Rack at Historic Y

Posted in Bicycle Parking Racks, Bicycle Part Art, Recycled/Found Material, Steel with tags , , on August 5, 2013 by troyneiman

New Agave Bike Racks at the Historic Y Center for the Arts, Education and the Environment.  I started with round steel tubing and bent them into four, 6 foot circles and then cut them up to get the desired shapes and added in some recycled bicycle parts.   I am really excited about all the possibilities with the new shapes. IMG_0079

Charles’ Funky Security Door

Posted in Recycled/Found Material, Steel on April 22, 2013 by troyneiman

IMG_9198Custom size.  Made out of junk!

Posted in Uncategorized on April 9, 2013 by troyneiman

IMG_4924“Half Empty”
18″x14″x7″
Ceramic, Steel and Glass

Play on the idea of perceiving a glass as half full or half empty determining optimistic or pessimistic thought.  Thinking of the glass as a sinking ship, that idea is reversed.

Posted in Ceramic, Recycled/Found Material, Steel on April 9, 2013 by troyneiman

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