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6th Annual Texas Metal Arts 

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Release Date: 2009-09-09

Now in its sixth year, Texas Metal Arts is a two-day festival in Gruene Texas. Metal artists (no, it’s nothing like Ozzfest) from all over Texas descend upon this tiny town to sell their artwork and show how it’s made. Highlights: Austin-based jeweler Steve Kriechbaum’s architectural works in gold stand out as pieces you won’t see everyone else wearing, and New Braunfels artist Jeanette Ormond’s recycled metal art demonstration (in the big tent at Noon) should provide inspiration for crafty folks readying themselves for a truly green gifting season. Free, 10am-5pm, Corner of Gruene Rd. and Hunter Rd. in New Braunfels, TX, 78130,

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