Founder Roland Paronish of Roland Metal Art is keyed up about his new site,“We have been working hard on getting our new site up and ready for our customers. The site highlights a wide array of our current and our most recent artwork pieces. Visitors to can now browse through our traditional pieces including our one-of-a-kind line-up of musicians, folks working at their professions, a wide variety of people playing sports, families and our always-popular humorous sculptures.”
New to Roland Metal Art’s site are their highly unique and sought-after artwork pieces available in life-like sizes from medium to large. These life-like sculptures are collectible conversation pieces that are sure to capture everyone’s imagination and attention. Their realistic dinosaurs, highly sought-after aliens, wildlife, fish, vintage ships, or aircraft pieces will all display handsomely in your home!
Some of Roland Metal Art’s larger sculptures include the following one-of-a-kind pieces:
• Dinosaurs – Triceratops – Raptor – T-Rex – Brontosaurus – Dilophosaurus – Pterodactyl (some of these unique sculptures are 7 feet tall and have wing spans of 9 feet!)
• Aliens – Alien Assailant – Wise Alien – Alien Lifeform
• Birds – Turkey Gobbler Displaying – Owl on Roost – Eagle (wing span of 5 feet)
• Aquatic Life – Lunker Bass on Drift Wood – Sea Horse (2 feet tall) – Coral Reef – Tuna (5 feet long)
As Roland says,“We’re always creating new artwork, so please visit us frequently!”
See the unique metal artwork from Roland Metal Art at the following art shows this weekend:
Lewisburg Arts Festival - Market Street Festival Saturday, April 30, 2011 on Market Street in Lewisburg, PA (Union County PA.) The Market Street Festival will include more than 110 artists and craftsman, entertainment, music, dance, children's activities, food vendors and more. Shuttle bus service available.
Athens Arts Fest on Saturday, April 30, 2011 (10 am to 5 pm) and Sunday, May 1, 2011 (10 am to 4 pm)
At the Harlan Rowe Junior High School, Athens, PA.
The 12th annual arts fest will host nearly 200 juried artisans and is expected to draw nearly 40,000 folks from the local community and the surrounding areas in Pennsylvania and New York.
Roland Metal Art will be in booths 103 and 104, outdoors near the South Stage. Please tell your friends and stop by and say hello.
About Roland Metal Art
Roland Metal Art began in 1996 by Roland Paronish. Starting with railroad spike metal art depicting people at work, at home and at play, the line of artwork has expanded to include near-life-size dinosaurs, aliens, wildlife (7-foot grizzly bear), and replicas of battleships.
Today, the RMA staff uses welders, torches, and anvils, to breathe life into their craft, especially the tiny people. The creations are welded from metal spikes, rods, rivets and other pieces of steel. “Our current line includes 175 different sculptures, but we receive requests for new pieces nearly every day,” Roland humbly states.
Roland Metal Art’s artwork can be found throughout the world. As the son of a coal miner, Roland is proud to have his sculpture of a coal miner in Russia’s Moscow Museum. He commented,“The statue is a salute to Russia’s hard-working laborers.”
Roland Metal Art creates metal art sculptures and figures that depict our daily lives in the fields of medicine, music, religion, sports, occupations and most important - the family. Each metal art piece captures your attention from the most serious to the humorous. Each figure is unique because each one tells it's own story and no two are exactly same.
Roland Metal Art (rolandsmetalart.com) also creates mobile and non-mobile replicas of trains, backhoes, bulldozers, tractors, airplanes and prehistoric steel animal figures.
Roland Metal Art’s sculptures seem to come to life in your very hands. These metal art creations are perfect for any family, professional, or just art lovers.