About the Artist

Jere Brunette has 30 years of experience in metallurgy which he drew upon to create these beautiful wind sculptures. Using brass, copper, and stainless steel, he forms each piece by hand. It takes many hours of molding, bending, and soldering to make each wind sculpture. Next the pieces are buffed and polished to a bright finish.

Finally, three coats of a tough, clear finish protect the metals from weather and prevent the natural coloration also known as Patina. Your wind sculpture will retain its brilliance for many years. However, if you prefer the subdued colors of blues and greens for your yard and garden, Jere can apply a Patina finish in place of the clear coating.

All of Jere’s wind sculptures are available in custom heights and can be disassembled for shipping and storage.

These kinetic shapes are extremely responsive to even the slightest breeze. The silent movement of the wind sculptures provides a tranquil, relaxing addition to your yard or garden. Jere’s wind sculptures can be seen throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. His artwork has also been displayed at Midland Center for the Arts located in Midland, Michigan.


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