C.A.N. Art HandworksCarlos Nielbock (1959)
2264 Wilkins Street, Detroit, MI, 48207, United States
The artwork at C.A.N. Art Handworks is mostly viewable from the street. The hours for the site are listed as Monday to Thursday from 9am to 5pm. Contact Nielbock directly via his website for additional visiting information.
About the Artist/Site
Described as an “eco-pioneer,” Carlos Nielbock “upcycles” castoff metal materials like satellite dishes and wheel bearings to produce wind turbines that are installed throughout Detroit. He is also the founder of C.A.N. Art Handworks, a metalworking studio where he primarily works on reproducing the metal ornamentation on historic structures. A large installation of his metal work behind his studio includes several windmills, “Detroit” spelled out in decorative wrought iron, and other work.
Much of the work is viewable from the street, and Nielbock’s windmills are installed around the city.
metal, recycled car parts, other recycled objects
Mystro IV | Carlos Nielbock
On the topic of artistry, Carlos Nielbock is as unique as they come. His profession is archetectural ornamental metalwork & design (say that 3 times fast).If...
Map & Site Information
2264 Wilkins Street
Detroit, MI, 48207 us
Latitude/Longitude: 42.3524574 / -83.0329069
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