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They Called it
Malloy Makes It Art
What is junk to some people is art to Thomas Michael Malloy. I am a welder by trade and believe, "People throw away too many things. In my travels, I salvage old machine parts, broken-down appliances and scrap metal from junkyards to create my intricate, whimsical sculptures. An old pair of pliers becomes a lobster's claw, a piece of exhaust pipe makes a horses head; a discarded hair dryer is resurrected as a Viking helmet.

This website is for informational purposes, so you can view some of the most unique art pieces ever assembled.

An artistic passion!
All my art work is only in ferrous metals - iron and steel - which lend themselves to gas or electric welding.
"Heavy metals excite me - they're bold and permanent.", he says. The sculpture begins when a stray object fires a mental picture. I make a sketch, then lightly tack-welds parts together until the image take shape. Inspired, I will work long hours after finishing the day in my lawnmower repair shop in Glen Head. Or the piece may sit unfinished for months while he reaches for a special part

Finished sculptures are priced from $1,000 to $20,000, depending on the size and intricacy of detail.

Sample art below!