Search Results | Concrete Decor
Main Menu

Search Results

Your search for "Kelly O'Brien" returned 56 possible matches.

Displaying: 1 - 10 of 56

1. Elegant Glossy Concrete Floor Finish

two-toned color scheme on a concrete floorThis elegant color combination is the way to go for a simple design that calls for a two-toned color scheme.

By Kelly O'Brien
2. A Father and Son Decorative Concrete Team: MB Concrete Systems Inc.

36,000 square feet of elaborate hand-tooled rock faces and packed-dirt-looking horizontal finishes at the Cars Land area of Disneyland, is a perfect example of the Disney experience.For father-and-son team Marshall Barabasch Sr. and Jr., concrete is not just a job, it’s a vocation. As president and vice president (respectively) of MB Concrete Systems Inc., they power their company with a shared passion for the business, craft and artistry of decorative concrete.

By Kelly O'Brien
3. "Salmon at Your Doorstep" Museum Exhibit

Salmon spawning walkway near OMSI in Portland, Oregon, made of concrete and concrete colors.Along the Willamette River's eastern shore, where it cuts through the heart of Portland, Ore., there stretches a long walkway, a favorite spot for locals to run or ride along the riverfront.

By Kelly O'Brien
4. 7 Steps for Success with Ornamental Casting

The first step to casting a piece is to prepare the model you'll be basing the mold on. Models can be existing pieces or they can be something you sculpt from clay, wood or stone yourself.A How To feature that offers step-by-step instructions for casting statuary and other fine-featured pieces.

By Bart Sacco & Kelly O'Brien
5. Restoration of a Piece of Magician History

When Steve Moore, a retired escape artist and Harry Houdini historian, went looking for someone to help restore a damaged bust from Houdini's grave, Bart Sacco's was the first name to come up. Sacco, owner of Concrete Texturing Tool and Supply Inc., Kingdom Products and The Concrete Kingdom Decorative Training Center, in Throop, Pa., used his expertise in casting high-detail concrete pieces to help Moore create an identical replica of the 1914 marble sculpture.When Steve Moore, a retired escape artist and Harry Houdini historian, went looking for someone to help restore a damaged bust from Houdini’s grave, Bart Sacco’s was the first name to come up.

By Kelly O'Brien
6. A Washington Bridge with Stratified Characteristics

Spanning 480 feet across Interstate 520 in Redmond, Wash., the NE 36th Street Bridge is not your average overpass.Spanning 480 feet across Interstate 520 in Redmond, Wash., the NE 36th Street Bridge is not your average overpass.

By Kelly O'Brien
7. Artisan in Concrete: Greg Hyde Hryniewicz, Hyde Concrete

Annapolis, Md.

By Kelly O'Brien
8. Artisan in Concrete: Adrian C. Henry, Diacon Decorative Polished Concrete

Polished concrete in a grocery store in a rich brown color by Adrian Henry, Diacon.Although Diacon Decorative Polished Concrete is only six years old, polishing contractor Adrian C. Henry’s years of experience, not to mention his infectious enthusiasm for both installing and teaching polished concrete, have made him something of a rising star in the polishing world.

By Kelly O'Brien
9. Cutting-edge Decorative Concrete Takes Center Stage in Las Vegas
By Kelly O'Brien
10. How To: Prep for a Concrete Staining Job

Preparing the concrete job site is an important part of any staining or coloring project.As any decorative concrete artisan knows, staining is one of the most nuanced, finicky and unpredictable techniques in the playbook. Yes, stains offer a fantastic variety of design possibilities — just consider the difference between an acid-stained floor and a water-based stain job, for example.

By Kelly O'Brien

Displaying: 1 - 10 of 56

  Advertisement











Top