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“It Is Finished” Sculpture delivered to Anchor Baptist Church.

We met Rufus and Frances Ross this past summer at First Monday Trade Days. They knew when they saw “It Is Finished” in our booth that their church needed it in their new building addition. Rufus went back to Mississippi, presented the idea to several church members and they agreed to commission “It Is Finished”…

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Leap of Faith

LEAP OF FAITH by PATRICIA BROUSSARD From Cameron To Canton: Louisiana Son Becomes International Artist By Patricia Broussard (original article as written for Lagniappe) Some people know early on what they want to do with their life. Others spend years searching, never feeling like they’ve found their purpose. David Broussard, an artist and sculptor, not…

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2014 North Texas Irish Festival

David and I participated in our 8th North Texas Irish Festival this year and it was amazing as usual. We want to thank everyone that came out to support us.  We debuted several of our new sterling silver chainmaille designs along with a few new crosses. As usual, we saw several interesting people who all…

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Jeweled Steel by Broussard in Landscape Architecture magazine

To read the entire article, use the following link: https://www.landscapeonline.com/research/article/13335 Three million dollars worth of monumental sculptures have been donated to The Coming King Foundation for display at a 23-acre Sculpture Prayer Garden on Interstate 10 in Kerrville, Texas. David Broussard www.JeweledSteel.com and two other professional American sculptors, Beverly Paddleford www.HopeMonument.com of Lander, Wy., and Max Greiner Jr.www.MaxGreinerArt.com of Kerrville,…

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Dallas Morning News Article

David Broussard jeweled steel crosses

For the entire article, please go to the following link: https://www.dallasnews.com/lifestyles/headlines/20101225-artist-helps-carbon-steel-show-its-true-colors.ece?ssimg=105551#ssStory95296 David Broussard has turned metal into a ministry. About 10 years ago, the former musician and hairstylist began experimenting with welding and ended up creating something, well, glorious. Using a technique called flame painting, Broussard takes an ordinary, dull piece of carbon steel and…

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