Claymoon copper art was created in 2001 by wife and husband, Judy and David Hedblom. The use of heat to effect the copper, or "flame paint," is the process that separates them from other copper artists. Claymoon does not use; paints, acids, or patinas when creating the artwork.
Claymoon has evolved over the years and has since grown into a full studio of artisans, located in Albuquerque, NM. Judy and David continue to innovate and oversee the design elements of the work, to ensure a high level of quality.
Each copper piece is hand-drawn, hand-flamed, then bead rolled for strength and texture. Claymoon's advanced buffing techniques create delicate movement beneath the perfected flame-painting process. Upon completion, each piece is powder coated in a clear finish that insures lasting beauty.