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Concrete Artist Creates Online Gallery of Her Work

A concrete piece adorns the wall of an upscale bar.

Concrete artist Emily McClintick has launched a new website showcasing her work. These images are just a taste of what you'll find on the Concrete Portfolio page of the website. Enjoy.

McClintick is affiliated with the concretist, an association of artists, craftspeople and others based in Benicia, Calif., producing sensory-concrete art and architecture in cement, stone, glass and steel.

A look at the unique stained concrete art of Emily McClintick.

Artist poses on her stained concrete floor.

Design elements like a curly cue are stained into the concrete floor to add signature by artist.

Stained concrete floor in the produce department of this grocery store.

 

 

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