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See R. Garth's Art Live at Silver Queen Fine Art, in Old Town Park City on Main St Turquoise Door Lake, Las Vegas Gurkha Cigar Corporate Office, Miami Hacienda Harley, Scottsdale Barela Art Gallery, at Mauna Lani on the Big Island of Hawaii near Ruth Chris Steakhouse & Tommy Bahama's

 
 
Available Works
Available Works in Progress
Bronze Process
  Hope Bold The Wiz Pit The Bronze Casting Process
  Paintings By R Gurkha Cigar Ashtray for 10 Cigars  
  Two Brothers Missy Flies  
  Night Rider Ralph Confederate Flag  
  American Flag Emily, a Study in Clay  
  Prostitution Bronze God Bless the House of Cicero  
  Single Rose Vase Study in Clay  
  Bail Money Early Riser
  Miniature Bail Money - Doorknocker Compilation  
  Texas Flag Bad Package Delivery Service  
  Brother Grimm    
  War Flag    
  Full Throttle Hangover    
  Brother T-Max -- Always Packing    
  Arizona Night Riders  
  House of Ganem    
  Boot Tats    
 
 

In Memorium:

T-Max (1958 - 2008) and Some of his Friends at his funeral in February.

Please view the
T-Max Tribute from Chris Palmer on Vimeo.
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A story about Chuck Zito, TMax, R. Garth, and Hacienda Harley.

Brother T-Max Always Packing

Limited Edition, 500 lb. Hand Gun Vault.
First casted March 2006 for 863 lb. gun safe equiped with state-of-the-art biometric lock and solid steel structure.
To order, call 801-318-3905 or email info@rgarthstudios.com


TMax Alway's Packin' Story Behind the Piece
TMax Alway's Packin' Benefits, Options, and Details
TMax Alway's Packin' Kinetic Specifications and Features
Brother TMax. Partial Biography of Ted Schlicker.

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Beginning Stages
 

Beauty and the beast . . . and the beast.
East Meets West Bike Show
Scottsdale, AZ

 
 

Base for TMax; pedestal is amongst thorns.

Father & Son, Nathan & Daniel,
making the Mother Mold.

       
 
  1/4" milled steel vault walls Biometric lock being fitted to vault door Milled solid steel pedistal bust turn table
       
 
  Sculpture base & milled upper turn table TMax vault door & sculpture base Solid steel vault door with precision milled lock set for arm
       
 
  Biometric prototype vault and lock.
Vault door is concealed with flip-down armor.
The opposite vault wall will get a vault tensioner that will pop the gun drrawer out when lock is disengaged. 1.5" solid steel vault face frame and door. When extended, drawer guide will hold 1,000 lbs. of ammunition or gold without sagging.
       
 
  TMax vault bolts to the floor. Backside.  
       
RGarth at Joe's Shop outfitting the kinetic features of T-Max: swivel bust, bio-metric lock, and sliding cantilevered vault. Now ready for patina finish.
       
 
Unfinished, but assembled vault drawer. Solid milled steel.
 
    Rgarth working out last-minute detail prior to patina. Fitting armor for vault.
 
 
  Rubber being pulled from brown wax casts of armor. Deciding how to hinge the armor. Patina process: Flame and acid process with Brian.
 
 
       
  Women still prefer the strong silent type
when it comes to protecting their booty.
 
 
  The fact is that each and every casting in this series is in reality 30 individual castings that are smithed together, tailor fitted with all the moving parts, milled, forged, assembled, finished, and patina. This makes each casting individually tailored and hand crafted, numbered, and personalized. No two are the same in the same way that no two art collectors are the same. It's an honor to have a living legend purchase #001.
       
 
Also available in a different patina
   
 
       
360 South Oakhill Circle • Alpine, UT 84004
(801) 318-3905 • 
info@rgarthstudios.com

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R Garth