VICTOR SALAS By Victor Salas

Art is needed everywhere.

As a business owner and artist to the elite, I have had almost 50 years sculpting wood and metals.

At the age of 5 I began to learn how to carve wood from my uncles. By the age of 10 I began to learn the art of medal forging and by the age of 15 I was practically in business for myself.

Religious leaders to successful business men and women, I have had the privilege to bring their visions to reality creating Heirlooms for generations to enjoy.

In the 80’s, I sculpted the altar and chair for the Pope, and I still have the altar in my shop today. In the 80’s, I was given the privilege to make the chair for Miss Texas which presides in my daughters residence.

Commissioned by Guido Brothers I made the seal for the Tax office on Pleasanton road. The perforated steel curves and 3-dimentsional pieces where un-expected and beyond words by the buyer.

I have worked with San Antonio’s own Artist Luis Lopez fabricating the Metropolitan Hospital Sculpture and the San Antonio Donor’s Wall of the Universe.

Being commissioned by the commissioned is where has spent its early years and where I have spent most of my career. As a company we have always made, modified, and corrected others design. Now we are ready to be the designer and fabricator exclusively.

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