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Christopher Thomson Ironworks Studio and Gallery

Architectural lighting, sconces, tables, lamps, fireplace accessories and sculpture.

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Christopher Thomson Ironworks Studio and Gallery

Architectural Lighting, Home Furnishings and Sculpture.

Name: Christopher Thomson Ironworks Studio and Gallery
Website: www.christopherthomsonironworks.com
Email: 
Toll Free Number: 800-726-0145
  
Hours: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
   
Website Links:  Chandeliers
Architectural Lighting
Sconces
Pendants
Custom Iron Gates
Custom Iron Outdoor Furniture
Ironwork Accessories
Metal Sculpture
Christopher Thomson Award-Winning Blacksmith and Artist
Phone: 575.421.2645
Fax: 575.421.2618

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Products or Services
Architectural lighting, sconces, tables, lamps, fireplace accessories and sculpture.

Description
Since 1985, Christopher Thomson Ironworks has been creating award-winning ironwork, architectural lighting, sculpture and furnishings for estates, family compounds and homes. In addition to being recently being honored with a segment on Home and Garden Television, Christopher Thomson was also recently named a "Master of the Southwest" in Phoenix Home and Garden Magazine.

Specialties
Custom Architectural Lighting: sconces, pendants, lanterns and chandeliers and custom curtain hardware.

Awards
National Hispanic Cultural Center Commission, Design and forging of Overscale Door Handles, 2000

Niche Award Winner for Dinner Party Table, December 1998

Niche Award Finalist in two categories: Wave Bed and Dinner Party Table, November 1998

Publicity
Phoenix Home and Garden, Masters of the Southwest Issue, Man of Metal

Featured Artist - "Modern Masters," Home & Garden Cable TV Channel, Series Premiere, October 2000

Affiliations
Southwest Artist Blacksmith Association
Artist Blacksmith Association of North America
International Sculpture Center
Pecos River Open Spaces

What's New
Pajos are a series we started six months ago. We forge the individual sticks or pajos in groups. The forms change and evolve during the process. Then, in a more contemplative mindset, we compose them into groups of three attaching them to a spiral base. The interplay between the three elements is lyrical, meditative and unpredictable. We’ve been making them in many sizes up to 7 ˝' tall and foresee them getting still bigger. Recently, we discovered the three-way interplay is further enhanced by arranging the sculptures in groups of three and we are offering them in this configuration. For outdoor installation, we attach them to the ground in a non-visible manner. They move nicely in the wind.

Commissions
National Hispanic Cultural Center Commission, design and forging of oversized door pulls
La Fonda Hotel

Green & Sustainable
All steel we use in our shop is recycled steel.


 

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