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Artistry in Decorative Concrete Demos at the 2013 World of Concrete

Images from the Artistry in Concrete demos at World of Concrete 2013. Many of these artisans also be leading training sessions at our 2013 Concrete Decor Show in Charlotte.


John Campbell, Fractal Based Innovations, Fayetteville, Ark., did this layered piece with the help of stencil guru Rachel Knigge and Nashville artisan Ryan Samford.

A look at the fractal design created with stencils on concrete.


John Campbell, Fractal Based Innovations, Fayetteville, Ark., did this layered piece with the help of stencil guru Rachel Knigge and Nashville artisan Ryan Samford.


Nathan Giffin, Vertical Artisans, Hickory Hills, Ill., working with a prefab form system over which he's applied a scratch coat. Sponsored by Smith Paints.

Nathan Giffin, Vertical Artisans, Hickory Hills, Ill., working with a prefab form system over which he's applied a scratch coat. Sponsored by Smith Paints.


Scrabble pieces made from concrete

The colored scrabble board made with dyes and polished concrete

P O and N letters made of concrete to emulate scrabble pieces.

The word CONCRETE spelled out with concrete scrabble letters.

A larger than life Scrabble board with tiles made of concrete and stained to the appropriate colors and squares

A look at the word concrete made with concrete to look like Scrabble pieces.

By Roy Bowman, Concrete Visions Inc., Tulsa, Okla. Created using stencils, dyes, hand artwork and polishing. Sponsored by the Concrete Polishing Association of America.


A stamped and stained pervious concrete beach and exposed-aggregate pervious chairs.

A concrete lounge chair.

Concrete to emulate the beach and ocean waves.

A stamped and stained pervious concrete beach and exposed-aggregate pervious chairs. By John Bazella, Saltsburg, Pa. Sponsored by Bunyan Industries


By Adrian Gascon, Creative Waterscapes, Fillmore, Calif., inspired by a Cambodian cave.

A sculpture made with GFRC and concrete.

Inspired by a Cambodian cave, this sculpture and doorway were achieved with carving concrete.

Concrete door way that has an affect of smoke rising from the inside.

By Adrian Gascon, Creative Waterscapes, Fillmore, Calif., inspired by a Cambodian cave. Spray-applied GFRC on a wood frame covered with SpiderLath (the building) and on rebar covered with SpiderLath (the tree). Sponsored by CTS Cement/Rapid Set and Proline Concrete Tools.


Vertical faux stone and Mayan dragons by Richard Winget

Carved concrete by Richard Winget.

A concrete dragon sculpted by artist.

A close up of the faux stones carved by Winget.

Fine detail work done on this concrete sculpture at World of Concrete Artistry Demo

Vertical faux stone and Mayan dragons by Richard Winget, Authentic Environments, Huntington Beach, Calif.


his aquatic scene looks legitimately deep when viewed through 3-D glasses

reef that takes on a 3-d effect when looking through special glasses.

Stained concrete of an aquatic scene.

This aquatic scene looks legitimately deep when viewed through 3-D glasses. Created by Rick Lobdell, Concrete Mystique, Nashville, Tenn. Sponsored by Lyon Manufacturing.

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