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Steve Nielsen Art - Incan artifact replica | Sculptures by Steve Nielsen Art. Item made of steel
Steve Nielsen Art - Incan artifact replica | Sculptures by Steve Nielsen Art. Item made of steel
Steve Nielsen Art - Incan artifact replica | Sculptures by Steve Nielsen Art. Item made of steel
Steve Nielsen Art - Incan artifact replica | Sculptures by Steve Nielsen Art. Item made of steel
Steve Nielsen Art - Incan artifact replica | Sculptures by Steve Nielsen Art. Item made of steel
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Steve Nielsen Art - Incan artifact replica | Sculptures by Steve Nielsen Art. Item made of steel

Created and Sold by Steve Nielsen Art

Steve Nielsen Art

Steve Nielsen Art - Incan artifact replica - Sculptures

Featured In Boston, MA

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Your are looking at a 8 foot wide by 6 foot tall Inca sea god sculpture. Some call it a sun god. Steve was contacted to recreate a replica of a 16th century Incan artifact. All Steve had to go off of was a old photo of the original 19" width artifact. Shaped from 16 gauge steel then painted to resemble a reflective gold.

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Item Steve Nielsen Art - Incan artifact replica
As seen in 505 Washington St, Boston, MA
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Steve Nielsen Art
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2019
Hand shaped metal & airbrushed paint work.

Born and raised in Northern California, Steve's life was forged by the beauty, culture, and wildlife that surrounded him. Thanks to his father, he had an early introduction to fishing and hunting. Steve's dad was a fishing guide and he spent many of his younger years exploring the lakes, ponds, and rivers. His dad and dad's friends also raised hawks and falcons. Needless to say, these experiences have played a huge role in Steve's passion to create his wildlife art.

2013 Steve sold his fabrication business and made a choice to pursue a full-time art career. Since then Steve's developed and continues to perfect his metal shaping skills using hammers and mallets to turn sheet-metal into sculptures. He’s most proud of the steel eagle with over 4,000 polished stainless feathers. He’s created thousands of realistic metal butterflies, like the Monarch, Swallowtail, and the Blue Ulysses. Steve’s current focus is on bringing life to his hand-shaped stainless steel fish and huge realistic butterfly sculptures. Steve works seven days a week on his art. Primarily from commission to commission.