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Concrete art can take many forms. By manipulating the shape and color of concrete the possibilities are endless. From roadways and walkways to walls, structures and statues, the uses for concrete are limited only by one’s imagination. Although it is possible for a do-it-yourselfer to try their hand at concrete art, the artisans at Visions Below have developed this special skill by working with concrete processes, tools and products on a daily basis.
For those who are serious about creating a visually stunning concrete art project, we will take the time to consult with them until we thoroughly understand the vision. Or given the chance to understand a customer’s wishes, our recommendations can provide a welcome solution for those who are just not sure what they want. Then we will select an artisan from our staff, or if need be carefully commission a freelance concrete artist who specializes in a particular style or skill. Either way, our clients end up with a one of a kind work of art that suites their particular needs and taste.

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Featured Artist

Riley Kummer has been creating original concrete artwork from a young age. His use of concrete paint to create freehand abstract artwork demonstrates just one of the many design possibilities achievable with the resources available to artists today. His works are an inspiration to us and we hope they are to you too.

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