Amaral Custom Fabrications gave a glimpse into their world by opening their studio to the public as part of a local art night in the Bristol/Warren area. On Thursday, June 25th, ACF along with eight other art venues in the area put on an art tour. This tour gives local art supporters a chance to meet us face-to-face and ask us any questions about our work.
Paul Amaral, founder and president of ACF had this to say: “We have discovered that this is a great way to meet eager artists, and it really motivates us to work harder. Seeing these people so interested in what we do is what keeps us wanting to do more. We have four more art tours this year on July 30th, August 27th, September 24th, and October 22nd. We highly recommend you try and visit us on one of these days to see what we are really capable of!”
Drawing upon the long boat building tradition of Narragansett Bay, Amaral Custom Fabrications, Inc. fuses time-tested, old-world craftsmanship with modern fabrication techniques. Our artisans and craftsmen specialize in translating the artist’s vision from drawings, models, maquettes or a simple sketch. Building sculpture to last generations, and engineering structures to withstand whatever forces will be encountered excites us! Our aluminum painting process – virtually indestructible – has its origins in the Aerospace Industry. Visit us at the shop and find us working on multiple Keith Haring sculptures, a work by Jose Parla who was recently featured on CBS Sunday Morning, as well as see multiple completed Roy Lichtenstein works.
For more info on Art Night: http://www.artnightbristolwarren.org/