FISHEAGLE--Mild steel, cut, ground, painted black. The Fisheagle comes from a Northwest Native Haida myth---where when the eagle ate the salmon they became one. 30 inches in diameter.
COPPER FISH-----Hammered and scribed copper 18 in by 12 in.
CAUGHT----Mild steel fish, ground and annealed, woven into recycled wire fencing. 10 ft wide by 3 ft high
SCRAP FISH---This series of fish were made from the scraps and leftovers from other pieces. You can see in the middle top part the cut-out from some duck feet. 30 in. wide by 24 in. tall.
QUESTION MARK SALMON---Mild steel hanging salmon, ground, hammered, welding textures. 7 ft tall 4 ft wide
SILVERWARE SALMON---This salmon was made from kitchen flatware, spoons, knives, and forks. 38 in. wide by 13 in. tall--on and oiled cedar base.
JUMPING THROUGH HOOPS---Rusted mild steel fish. Hoop is an old wagon wheel from the late 1800's Lopez Island. 85 in. tall by 60 wide.
BRASS FISH---Brass sheathing, cut with acetylene torch, annealed, an acrylic finish. 12 in. wide by 7 in. tall.
ANGEL FISH----Mild steel, cut, hammered, ground, welded texture, with acrylic finish. 28 in. wide by 15 in. tall.
SCRAP FISH----Mild steel scrap pieces from previous works, welded and painted. 24 in. wide by 14 in. tall.
HORSESHOE SALMON---Made from recycled horseshoes, and mild steel. 48 in. tall by 38 in. wide.
The photos that you see here
are just a sample of some of RON NORMAN’Swork.All of Ron’s work is individually designed
and created.Some of these pieces have
been sold and displayed in private collections or in public places.