While Halloween’s signature skeletons, pumpkins, and witches haunt neighborhoods around the country this time of year, one copper artist has taken the artistic beauty of the human skeleton to the highest level of structural perfection.
Photograph courtesy of Cynthia Jimenez
Using Copper to Achieve A Sustainable Future
Green and Healthy buildings which use less electricity and water, makes copper the top material choice for architectural and interior elements, building system controls, plumbing and HVAC equipment, and much more.
Copper Uses in Agriculture
Copper sulphate has many agricultural uses including preparation of Bordeaux and Burgundy mixtures on the farm, control of fungus diseases, and correction of copper deficiency in soils.