Williston Artist Continues To Amaze With Remarkable Pieces Of Art
A unique equation adds up only in Williston, and we are all still left amazed today. What does paint+metal+coffee=? The answer is very simple. Eddie Wold Art.
You wouldn't think that any of this stuff has a thing in common...but to Eddie, it's an every day occurrence. Eddie Wold Art started with his wife's coffee shop (Meg-A-Latte) needing unique art. He goes on to say that it was his wife’s dream and drive that opened the door and a new avenue for his art.
Eddie Wold Art started just 11 years ago. He soon realized he had a business opportunity in the making. Here is the best part of this driven duo. Eddie showcased his artwork in Meg's coffee shop. As customers would see his artwork, they started asking for custom pieces. That idea turned into taking company logos and making them come to life. And the rest is history.
The pieces of art Eddie creates are absolutely stunning. The details and depth he puts into each piece is mindblowing. All of the pictures included in this article do not do any justice to any of his pieces. You have to see them to know exactly what I am talking about.
The color pops off the metal, and the distressed/scratched look adds another layer all together. I do not have enough words in my vocabulary to describe his work.
The patriotic items that Eddie makes are second to none. Each piece is special, and every element of the piece is perfect.
Each piece Eddie creates is truly unforgettable.
The art pieces Eddie has done for first responders are out of this world. Police, fire and medical professions are also part of the amazing pieces Eddie makes. Again, the pictures do not do justice to his work. The details in each piece leave most everyone completely speechless.
Signs and art are not the only things Eddie has tackled. Remember that each piece he gets to add flair to is a blank canvas. Motorcycles, hard hats, guns and more, if Eddie can paint on it, something unique and special is going to appear.
It's hard to tell what he enjoys adding his artistic flair to. Here are several examples of different helmets Eddie personalized for his clients.
If a custom piece of art painted on your ride is what you want, Eddie can deliver there as well. A pinstripe, logo, or something else custom is nothing for Eddie to tackle.
His art is so on point, pieces of his artwork were sent to Washington DC to be exhibited at the White House. How cool is that! Covid had other plans though...you'll have to get the details from Eddie himself.
I can't say enough good things about Eddie Wold, and the pieces he made for us here at the radio station. We asked him to make a sign for us when we were Cherry Creek Radio. He asked for a logo, came and measured the area we wanted it, shot us a few ideas, and we were off and running. His turn around time on that project was lightning fast, and our sign (another piece of art) was perfect. He even let our station cat, Ally assist him while he installed it.
When Townsquare Media took over, the CEO of the company, Bill Wilson and his team flew to Williston to introduce themselves. As they came in to the building, they commented about how nice our sign was, and I knew right then we needed to start the process of getting our new sign.
To say Eddie hit it out of the ballpark is an understatement. We are thrilled with his work, and you will be too. If you want more information on Eddie Wold, and all that he does, click here. You can also see his work in the Meg-A-Latte locations in Williston and Watford City.