The Zimmerman Ranch is located in the North Dakota area. This sign was cut from 3/16" steel, sand blasted and powder coated black. I love when I get a picture
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This is a really neat piece that was made for a customer in California. They are a music group that travels around in the California area playing older Rock-N-Roll. He needed the sign to fit within a frame that he had made by a local fab shop. The idea is that it's moble and can easily be moved from one preformance to next.
"Just a short note to say thanks again. The Songbirds Sign was a great hit at the senior facility where they play. Put a lot of smiles on a lot of faces. Your help in accomplishing this was greatly appreciated"
This project turned out great, despite the low quality image I have. I fabricated the gate, side panels and art work. To add a touch of personalization, I took a somewhat side profile of my customer and used him in place of the Davy Crockett cut out featured in the top center of the sign. The shape of the gate resembles the Alamo and the other artwork represents the wildlife and landscape found on the ranch. Pics below are screen shots from the design phase of this project.
**All pieces and rock colums were installed by a 3rd party company.
4D Big Horn Ranch is located in Colorado. Both signs were cut from 3/16" thick metal and installed by the customer. The overhead entrance sign in the background is kind of hard to make out so I'm including a pic of the layout that I created for the customer while in the design stage.
JNL Ranch is located on the Frio River just outside of Leakey, TX. If you're ever looking for a beautiful place to relax with the family on the Frio River be sure to look them up.
This ranch gate entrance sign was cut from 1/8" steel and mounted to their gate.
"Hi Jerry, well we finally built our entry gate up to our heaven. The sign you had previously constructed so very well for us initially hung out by our roadway gate. But now it is moved closer to our home at the foot of our advent up to our cabin. Again, thanks so very much. The sign is still like new and will have many looks from our visitors. Great work!! Take care my friend."