Curt Pieper
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Concrete, a medium.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tommy T Cook, AKA The Gnome Mar 14, 2012. 5 Replies

What do you see?There is no right or wrong answer here.  Just want to see what path you are taking.Personally, I see concrete as a medium more that just a material used. I like to use concrete in its…Continue

Controlled cracking of concrete.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tommy T Cook, AKA The Gnome Dec 16, 2010. 1 Reply

I am doing a wall hanging in concrete.  I want to do some controlled cracking in the piece. The cracks will be somewhat straight and one will run the length of a 9' piece. Going to try and score the…Continue

Sealer to use on 2 day old vessel.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Curt Pieper Oct 25, 2010. 8 Replies

I just did a vessel top that was poured Thursday night. I used ICT on the vessel. What type of sealer could I use tonight? I am using a small heater to accelerate the drying time.  I have ICT, EAP…Continue

Creamy substance on my concrete.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Thad Topolski Sep 10, 2010. 7 Replies

I just poured some small vessels. I had a lot of bleed water coming to the top after I was done pouring. My water to cement ratio was about .26 not including the Forton. When I stripped the molds,…Continue


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At 8:45pm on February 6, 2011, Todd Crouch said…

Hey Curt.  Thanks for the comments.  Give me a call anytime.  I'll be refinishing a kitchen (someone else's work) tomorrow, so I may not hear my phone.  Leave a message and I'll call you back.


cell:  360-460-6884

home:  360-683-1856

At 12:11pm on December 17, 2010, Dominic "DOMO" Boinich said…

Ya bro I was flipin over that cube fire pit ive done a couple pieces with the decaying concrete rebar showing love it. love the furniture too i like doing furniture because your free to do whateva. Oh ya the glass in center of table, nice   -D

At 9:01am on December 17, 2010, Tommy T Cook, AKA The Gnome said…

sand and wax is my guess.  I strive to be an artist like him one day!  Very cool stuff!!

At 10:10pm on December 16, 2010, Tommy T Cook, AKA The Gnome said…

check this site out.  this is a concrete artist in Montana and a good friend of my little brothers.  He does some weird sandcast.  he won't give up his secrets, but I have some ideas.


At 5:16pm on August 20, 2010, Boom Bechkowiak said…
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At 6:55pm on August 9, 2010, Boom Bechkowiak said…
The look of the side table is very apealing. Could be any number of things responsible for the look.
I know what caused the effect on my Obelisk. I used a portion of light weight aggregate from Poraver, their .25-.5mm size. I slightly overdosed the plasticizer and no VMA which caused the Poraver to float. I filled the Obelisk mold one scoop at a time and the light weight agg floated and was forced to the sides of the mold by the weight of each added scoop. Some of the light weight would get trapped against the mold sides in these striated layers. I had a bit of carbon black pigment and no latex in the mix so the carbon floated a bit also and lodged with the lightweight.
At 6:46pm on August 8, 2010, Boom Bechkowiak said…
Light bulbs for sphere molds. Good idea. Have you found a way to cast a sphere or half round without entrapped air?

Is the metal surface on the interior of your outdoor vessel a coating?

What was the mold material for your "Reflection" piece base?
At 11:09pm on July 28, 2010, dylan t lauger said…
Hey Kurt,.... sorry to be your only friend!!! What I have seen of your work,... we are on the same page. "Reflections of a branch"..... way beyond me.... for sure! I will email you soon when I have a bit more time.
Take care,

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