Inspired Art Requires Inspired Fabrication! Creative Edge is Working to Expand the Reach & Scope of What’s Possible for Artists
As a fabricator of art, Creative Edge Master Shop, expresses in permanent form, the incredible artists of our world.
Art sparks creativity, inspires our imaginations, and makes the world a more beautiful place. We translate the artist’s vision into durable materials such as stone, metal, and floor coverings. Original art in our homes and public places make the rudimentary and mundane transform into the aweinspiring and luxurious.
We celebrate the application of art applied to architecture and design, and work to expand and celebrate the abilities of artists, architects, and designers as Creative Edge MasterShop continues to create a design revolution in hard surface flooring.
We Belong to CODAworx
Creative Edge Master Shop is thrilled to announce our affiliation with CODAworx as an important industry resource for public art. CODAworx is a hub of artists, designers, and architects, but also art consultants, fabricators, foundries, lighting designers, engineers, contractors, landscape architects. Their passion lies in bringing this community together in one place, connecting them with the resources needed to create amazing projects, and showcasing those projects to the world. Read More…
Creative Edge has collaborated with some of the greatest public artists in the world. See artist bios & galleries below:
Clayton Merrell is a Professor of Art at Carnegie Mellon University. He was 2005 Artist of the Year at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts.View More >
Chris Bennett specializes in classically-rendered sculptures of humans and animals and is recognized as one of the best figurative sculptors working in the Midwest today. His sculptures range in size from monumental to miniature. He has expertise in bronze, ceramic, welded steel, wood, stone, resin, cast iron, plaster, and cement.View More >
David Griggs has created over 50 commissioned works of art in the United States and Canada. These have including projects for several cities, states, corporations and individuals.View More >
Daniel Krause’s sculptures represent the power and energy of the Pearl River Delta people. His semi-abstract figures reflect the dramatic transformation that has taken place in China since the late 1980s. Lively and dynamic, they convey the confidence and energy of an emerging new society.View More >
Béatrice Coron is an artist specialized in cuttings used in artist books, installations, and public art. Her cut designs are made of paper, glass or metal from small to monumental. Her work can be seen in major collections such as the Metropolitan Museum, the Walker and her public art among others in subway stations in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.View More >
I strive to make my first impression be an indelible experience of liberation. I have learned that "less is more", and thus, most of my work is quite simplistic, almost elementary. You could call it Zen-like. I thrive on the challenge and opportunity to be profoundly truthful in art making.View More >
Siona Benjamin is a painter originally from Bombay, now living in the US. Her work reflects her background of being brought up Jewish in a predominantly Hindu and Muslim India. In her paintings she combines the imagery of her past with the role she plays in America today, making a mosaic inspired by both Indian miniature paintings and Sephardic icons.View More >
Hilde DeBruyne was born in Belgium, August 18, 1964, into a family of artists. The daughter of sculptor Paul DeBruyne, she pursued she formal studies in Art History and Archeology at the University of Ghent in Belgium. DeBruyne has been working in clay for more than 20 years. Her ceramic work reflects nature and the cycle of life; she’s inspired by simple, organic features of rock formations, pebbles, and weathered wood.View More >
I am always experminentally engaged with my work. In attempting to create alternative visions away from conventional barriers, I am seeking possibilities for reassembling pieces of phenomenal experiences into new and imaginative aesthetic forms in my books, sculpture and related works.View More >
Michael Hayden admits to being very interested in LIGHT. For more than three decades he has utilized and manipulated Light to be the most important and unifying constituent in all of his "Lumetric" Sculptures. He has had the pleasure of creating architectonic scaled sculptures in light, for publicly accessible sites on this continent.View More >